I'm not aware of many economists who support the notion that increasing the minimum wage will help the economy. On the contrary, the prevailing economic data tells us that increasing the minimum wage will increase unemployment. Those at the lower end of the employment scale will be priced out of the labor market. Data also shows us that minimum wage is an inefficient and ineffective way to help the "poor."
Some light reading on the topic:
Minimum Wage Not Well Targeted at Reducing Poverty
Help the Working Poor, but Share the Burden
Most of the Benefits of a Minimum Wage Increase Would Not Go to Poor Households
Excerpt: "Another reasonable estimate from earlier studies is that a 10 percent increase in the minimum wage would destroy 3 percent of low-wage jobs, an elasticity of 0.3. If that estimate is correct, increasing the minimum wage to $9.50 per hour would destroy 1.4 million jobs."
So, how would raising the minimum wage help golf? I don't see any upside.