Mutant Form of the Game — But is it Golf? 0 42

(SAN JOSE, Calif.) Feb. 16, 2010 — A Silicon Valley executive sees a mutant form of golf — teeing it up in fairways, souped-up equipment, mulligans, free drops from near trees and freedom to toss balls out of bunkers — as a way to get kids into the game and stem defections by seniors, the Wall Street Journal reports. More.

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Dan Vukelich, former editor of ABQ Free Press and Sun Country Golf magazine, is editor of NewMexicoGolfNews.com. He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America and the Golf Travel Writers of America. Reach him at dan@newmexicogolfnews.com

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Dan Vukelich, former editor of ABQ Free Press and Sun Country Golf magazine, is editor of NewMexicoGolfNews.com. He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America and the Golf Travel Writers of America. Reach him at dan@newmexicogolfnews.com

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