Welcome to the expensive world of youth sports

Dwight and Judy Carter Davis had travel 4,508 miles to Scotland, the “Home of Golf”, and spend $4,800 over 10 days to watch their 14-years-old son Ian compete in the U.S. Kids Golf European Championship 2017 at the Royal Musselburgh Golf Club. He finished tied for 32nd place in the 13-year-old group. The Davis family …

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First feeding family’s animals, then golf

Normally in sport, if you have talent, it doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re, or what you look like. But in golf, things are a little different. The wealthy have a far greater chance of competitive success. So when a youngster without privilege plays well enough to have her life changed by the game, …

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