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The combination of sustained trading losses, the current economic climate and a nationwide decline in the demand for golf has meant that the operation of Laleham is no longer commercially viable. Laleham Golf Course, which was rescued from bankruptcy in following its purchase from the members at that time, has previously received significant investment in both the course and its facilities in an effort to enhance the experience at the course, attract new players and bring financial stability and success to the club. Unfortunately, despite the initial and subsequent investment and the introduction of several different structures, the club has continued to make significant trading losses. This is set against the backdrop of a national decrease in the number of people playing golf which has seen a decline in memberships at many clubs and closures of other local courses, the recent recession and the increasingly popularity of fitness-based sports such as cycling. There are no immediate plans for the Laleham site, which will be returned to the landlord. Laleham golf course is an hole parkland-style pay and play course with a touch of inland links, dating back to , and nestled between the banks of the River Thames and the Abbey River.
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By Aimee Picchi Updated on: Interest in the game was surging, and consumers snapped up equipment and booked tee times. These days, though, the sport is caught in the rough. Golf is losing more players than it's gaining, as 4. With an overall decline in the number of players, that's causing a ripple effect in the golfing world:
The Royal Court moved from palace to palace in those days and Falkland Palace was the Stuart 'sporty' palace. Other expenditures on golf and clubs and balls are noted in , when the King may have been at Edinburgh or Stirling. In , Archbishop John Hamilton of St Andrews was given a charter to establish a rabbit warren on the north part of the links.