‘Rez Golf’

On the Navajo Nation, “Rez Golf” is gaining in popularity as individuals build their own golf courses on family land. The courses are mostly dirt and can range from 9 – 36 holes. While the rules of the game are pretty much the same, rez golf has its own unique set of norms and customs. Producers Drake Dunaway and Jake Trybulski show us how the game is played on the Navajo Nation.

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