Golfdom Files: Are kids answer to today’s grief, tomorrow’s hope in golf

By |  September 17, 2019 0 Comments

The year is 1933. Golf pros are giving golf lessons to high school and college students. The kids are loving it. Meanwhile, club manufacturers are having issues moving golf clubs frozen in inventories from 1931 and 1932. Do you see a solution here? Herb Graffis, founder of Golfdom, certainly did, and — as Graffis was wont to do — he shared it. While not presuming to “try to run anyone else’s business, least of all our advertisers” (something that’s still avoided here at Golfdom), he suggests selling the clubs to the kids and rather successfully pooh-poohs anyone who might suggest it’s a bad idea.

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