ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension
Read the following paragraph and answer the questions.
Prior to the Cuban Revolution, there were only two golf courses in Cuba, a modest one in Havana and a larger one in Varadero. The game had never developed much of a following in the country before the Revolution in 1959, and after Fidel Castro came to power, golf courses were shut down because he identified golf as a 'bourgeois hobby' of the United States. With the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, however, and the withdrawal of Soviet aid to Cuba, there has been, in recent years, a change in attitude in Cuba. Not everything associated with the United States is dismissed out of hand, particularly if it could bring money to the island, something desperately needed now that the Soviet Union no longer supports the country. Golf is slowly making inroads into Cuba, and in 2013, Castro's own son won a golf tournament.
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