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The rise of the [popular / popularity] of golf in South Korea shows no sign of abating. The country is now the world's third largest [bazaar / market] for golf, and Korean golfers spend more per [capita / capital] on golf equipment and apparel than people in any other country. A new phenomenon is [teeing / taking] off in Korea to reflect the ever-increasing popularity for the game. Golf clubs are opening after dark to allow more people to play the game. The [contract / concept] has been [dubbed / daubed] "white night" golf. It allows Korea's [void / avid] golfers more opportunities to get their clubs out. It can be difficult to secure a [square / round] of golf in Korea. There is a [scarcity / security] of courses in metropolitan areas. The capital city of Seoul has just one course and is limited to use by [militia / military] personnel.

There are as many as 117 golf [causes / courses] of 18 holes or more that currently offer night games. White night golf may result [on / in] South Korea's golfers achieving more success [on / in] the international stage, especially in the women's game. The SeoulSisters website states that: "[Has / As] of last week, 32 of the top 100 players in the women's world [ramblings / rankings] , including 4 of the top 10, were from South Korea." A Korean woman has won at [last / least] one golf major every season since 2010. Korea's legendary Pak Se-ri won the 1998 US Open aged 20 in her [cookie / rookie] season. She may have been a white night [trailblazer / blazer] . It is reported her father [made / took] her practice her swing near cemeteries at night to toughen her [down / up] .

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