Golf course communities and clubs continue to feel the negative effects of a poor economy and a younger generation that thinks differently than its more membership-inclined parents. "Young people are golfing, I believe, but they're not interested in joining a club ... They'll do their 20 or 30 rounds a year, but at different clubs," said Cave Starling, who belongs to the Terra Lago Golf Club in California's Coachella Valley.

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