Golf is no longer a game for doctors and the retired. Increasingly, twenty somethings and minorities are displacing the old white men in loud trousers, and thanks to the likes of Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan, golf has become hip. The increased appeal of this weekend's Ryder cup is also proving golf's appeal is international. Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a look at the history and evolving culture of golf.



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