A man who was banned from several golf clubs as a child for not meeting the dress code has started a new business aimed at making the sport more inclusive.
Harry Shaw, from Poole in Dorset, lost his love for the game as a teenager after representing his county at a national level.
After taking up the sport again during the pandemic, he set up a new golf coaching business to appeal to golfers from different backgrounds.
He says even now he has been threatened with being thrown off golf courses for wearing clothing such as a hoodie.
Reporter: Michael Apps
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