Skin cancer risk ‘more than doubled’ in Aussie golfers: study

More than one in four golfers surveyed had received a skin cancer diagnosis, say researchers.
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Golfing may be a great way to get outdoors and socialise, but a study suggests Australian golfers are more than twice as likely to have skin cancer than the general population.

University of SA researchers report that one in four golfers had received a skin cancer diagnosis compared with fewer than one in 10 non-golfers.