GOLF HAS COMPETITION for attendees' attention these days, reported members of the Golden Links Advisory Board at the group's annual meeting, held in January in Orlando, Fla.

While the golf boom of the 1990s introduced a lot of people to the sport, many of those who picked up the game are putting it back down. The advisory board discussed ideas for re-introducing attendees to golf, as well as alternatives to the standard 18-holes, many of which are featured in this month's cover

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