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Q: How expensive/accessible is golf in China?

8 years 32 weeks ago in  Sports - China

 
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Go to Japan, but it's expensive there, Japanese used to come to Canada and buy golf courses because it was cheaper than joining one in Japan. You should know by now that Chinese can't drive anything, even balls.

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be a bit more specific

 

if you want to spend 10,000 to play a round

if you want to spend 1,000 to play a round

 

just go to a course, thats easy

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According to Wiki there are just 500 courses in China, and only 3hundred-fitty thousands players. 

Sounds elitist to me. I have yet to see anyone actually carrying a golf bag to their car take it on the bus. 

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I saw a group of maybe male students dressed like golfers and carrying putters once, dunno maybe they were Tiger fans.

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This is the 10%

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You can't play golf if used plastic bags and other rubbish are flying around. surprise

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