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Byline: Musong R. Castillo
IN A bid to give the grassroots development of the sport a harder push, the National Golf Association of the Philippines (NGAP) is urging private clubs to open up their courses to promising juniors even without the benefit of club memberships.
Association president Leandro Mendoza made this unprecedented appeal in a board meeting recently, believing that such accommodation would result in the country discovering more talents.
Mendoza is taking the cue from Wack Wack and Valley, exclusive establishments that allow use of their courses and are perennial sites of huge tournaments.
The NGAP president also offered thanks to …