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McIlroy Says Advice To Give Up PGA Tour Card In '10 Among Reasons For Agent Switch
Published April 5, 2012
ON THE UPSWING: BLOOMBERG NEWS’ Thomas Black wrote golf in the U.S. is “growing for the first time in five years,” and the number of rounds played on American golf courses “has climbed for four straight months through February.” Nike Golf President Cindy Davis said, “It will probably be the strongest year since the recession. I’d say it’s definitely one of the indicators that maybe consumer confidence is coming back.” National Golf Foundation Senior VP/Membership Greg Nathan said, “The signs since the beginning of the year have been positive” (BLOOMBERG NEWS, 4/4).