Golf courses saw a boost during the pandemic -- except for Trump's
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While more people golfed during the pandemic, boosting traffic on privately-owned courses by 20 percent, courses owned by Donald Trump didn't see much of a boost in revenue, Crain's New York Business reports.

Courses bearing Trump's name saw a drop of $80 million in revenue -- $3 million at Trump National Bedminster in New Jersey, by $16 million at Trump Turnberry in Scotland, and by $33 million at Trump National Doral in Florida.

"Golf was a big reason the Trump Organization's revenue fell by approximately $150 million last year, to $450 million, according to a Crain's review of Trump's personal financial disclosures filed with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics," Crain's New York reports. "After he was elected in 2016, Crain's determined his organization's revenue was $700 million."

Read more over at Crain's New York Business.