What younger golfers seek in a course, College debt forgiveness deadline looms

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The new owner of a Wisconsin golf course explains why attracting younger golfers to the sport is a key part of their business. Then, we answer questions about waivers to a federal student loan forgiveness program that are scheduled to expire in October.

Featured in this Show

  • New golf course owner hopes to attract young players to the game

    One of the nearly 20 golf courses in or near Sheboygan recently changed hands. And the new 23-year-old owner plans to make his course more appealing to young golfers like himself, saying that playing elsewhere can be intimidating for newcomers to the sport.

  • Student loan forgiveness program waiver ending this year

    A federal student loan forgiveness program waiver is set to expire later this year. We talk with a University of Wisconsin-Madison financial wellness advisor about who is eligible for loan forgiveness and how to apply before the October deadline.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Tyler Luedtke Guest
  • Emma Crawford Guest

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