By BENJAMIN BAUGH
Charlotte high football players Kenny Scribner and Dustyn Hall sat behind a table in mid-December, ready to make the biggest decision of their lives, so far at least.
A scrum of 20-30 fans — some Rays, some Yankees — lined the fence down the first-base line at Charlotte Sports Park prior to Sunday's Stone Crabs game against the Tampa Tarpons.
Golf is in its death throes, many opine. During the 2000s developers over-built golf course communities to sell homes to retiring boomers. Then the Recession of 2008 struck, and courses began to close, one every two or three days. Golfers aged, their numbers declined, and millennials turned …