The Japanese Golf Industry Makes a Comeback Lucy Craft reports from Tokyo on the flagging golf industry in Japan, where it was once considered a top sport. Mismanagement of many of Japan's more than 2,000 golf courses has hobbled the industry over the last several years. But golf is making a comeback, thanks to American-style management.
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The Japanese Golf Industry Makes a Comeback

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The Japanese Golf Industry Makes a Comeback

The Japanese Golf Industry Makes a Comeback

The Japanese Golf Industry Makes a Comeback

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Lucy Craft reports from Tokyo on the flagging golf industry in Japan, where it was once considered a top sport. Mismanagement of many of Japan's more than 2,000 golf courses has hobbled the industry over the last several years. But golf is making a comeback, thanks to American-style management.