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Lightning Round

Even before the global coronavirus pandemic steamrolled leisure activities, the golf industry was brainstorming ways to entice younger players to the game. Whether arcade simulators to enhance teaching or par-3 courses that emphasize play over score, courses have been grasping at just about anything to add more fun to the sport—and to make it go a bit quicker.

At first glance the Finn Cycle seems an unlikely

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