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When I first started covering golf (in 2007), I felt in awe of the talent around me in the press room, DiMeglio said. So many of those people arent there anymore. Weve lost a ton of talent. Selfishly, Harig says it is good for him and ESPN.com that there are far fewer outlets covering golf. But he doesnt think it is bodes well for the overall game. The hardcore fans know where to go if they want to get golf news, Harig said. Where you are losing out are the average fans who might stumble on a golf story in the paper. They might like that story and they become more interested in reading about golf. Without those stories, youre missing out on that person. The Associated Press' Doug Ferguson is one of the few writers to continue to travel with the tour. Sam Greenwood Ferguson contends most of the younger players, who did not grow up reading newspapers, have little awareness of todays media landscape. He tells of an exchange with Daniel Berger, who looked at his credential and asked, Associated Press?
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