Golf Digest contributor Gabriel Thompson spent six months undercover at golf courses in California and Georgia to find out if the golf industry could survive without the work of immigrant workers.
"The golf industry as a whole could very easily shrivel up without the backbone of their workers, which are Latinos," he says. "It's estimated that about two out of every three golf maintenance workers in courses across the country are Latinos, the vast majority are immigrants... They are integral to that industry continuing."

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