Listen: Golf And British Columbia discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"As perhaps some others. There are some questions that people always bring up about who actually golfs in the city. And so that kind of thing entered into the debate in date if this would just puck land with people be so no STI about the idea of reclaiming the land for housing. Actually, that's a good question. I've never asked anyone that directly. But definitely the fact that it's galls conveys the image that it's an elite sport, but not many people can participate in. I haven't found that to be true like when I've gone over and interviewed people at the golf course turn out to be, you know, retired maintenance guys or something like that. So it's not necessarily an elite sport. And I have to say especially in British Columbia, a lot of indigenous young people have taken up golf, partly because they're bands have gotten access to the golf courses that were on their land. Come so. But definitely what you say is true that there's this perception that it's a bit the leat that"