And here's why Golf is no longer popular in Singapore.
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That was more than two decades ago, but these days golf is a lot less popular. It’s safe to say nobody really cares about belonging to a country club unless it was something they grew up with due to their parents having memberships. And golf as a sport is now hardly the stuff of dreams. Here’s why the sport is losing its appeal amongst Singaporeans.
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