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Golf market revenue hit by protests

Equipment sales veer out of bounds, but golf course revenue remains right on target.

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Several businesses are crying foul about the impact of the months-long political stalemate, and the local golf equipment market is no exception, with operators complaining their sales are hard hit by the crisis. 

Golf equipment sales have been sluggish the last few months, but golf courses still report no effect from the political protests. Tawatchai Khemgumnerd

Thanayos Tubtim, manager of the Sports Mall Golf department of the Mall Group, said the golf market has been feeling the pinch from political protests, which seem unlikely to end in the foreseeable future.

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