When the pandemic shutdown was first announced, leaders at Haggin Oaks wondered if this was the final nail in the future of golf at the public course. But then gold became one of the few outdoor activities allowed, and the course saw a 50% jump in rounds played. Before the pandemic, there were stories of public golf course closings around the country. Now, a recent survey suggested golf is becoming a preferred outdoor activity for some, and one out of five said they expect family and friends to pick up golf soon as well. Get the full story in the video above.