Golf tees off in the Mumbai slums

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The sport of golf is no longer just for the the very wealthy in India, as the advent of public golf courses and subsidies make a it more widely available.

Middle-aged executives mingle with mothers, and unseasoned teenagers play with tournament professionals, as the game grows in popularity.

You can even see players teeing off in the Mumbai slums using an unusual range of vantage points.

Rajini Vaidyanathan reports from Chandigarh.

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