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Is Michigan's declining golf industry market correction or something bigger?

a golf ball and club
flickr user Krzysztof Urbanowicz

Market forces have decided that Michigan has too many golf courses.

An article in the Detroit Free Press last month looked at the boom of golf courses in recent decades turning into "a painful bust," as the headline reads.  

Paul Duda manages the Rammler Golf Course in Sterling Heights. It's been a popular golf course since 1929.

Duda joined Lester Graham on Stateside to talk more about the apparently shrinking golf course market. Listen to our full interview below:

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