Gallery: INTERVIEW: City Parks Foundation’s Heather Lubov on transformi...

With its hefty pricetag and sprawling greens, golf is one of the least accessible sports for kids living in urban environments. Luckily for children growing up New York City, City Parks Foundation is breaking down many of the obstacles associated with picking up golf by rethinking where the game can be played. Their innovative golf program repurposes baseball fields in all five boroughs as space-maximizing golf courses, allowing more than 1000 kids to learn the game free of charge annually. We recently caught up with Heather Lubov, Executive Director City Parks Foundation, about how these baseball diamonds-in-the-rough are a hole-in-one for city youth.

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