By Lindsey Rupp and Lauren Coleman-Lochner
May 22, 2014 9:01 PM PT
“Golf is in a bit of a drought,” said Allen Adamson, managing director at brand consulting firm Landor Associates in New York. “It’s a pretty high-price sport, and leisure time is getting crunched.”
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