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A Publication of the National Golf Foundation

Questions, Answers and Insights for Everyone Interested in the Business of Golf

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June Shows Momentum in Key Golf Markets

Initial data regarding play for June continues to be very positive in key golf markets across the country as the industry seeks to offset the loss of 20 million rounds in March and April.

< 1 min read
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What Golf Operators Are Saying About June ‘Surge’

The early returns for golf’s post-crackdown are in, with rounds up more than 6% nationally in May. Here’s a look at what course operators are seeing and experiencing in June from a participation and engagement standpoint.

6 min read

Breaking News on Golf and the Coronavirus

A repository of coronavirus-related breaking golf news from states and communities around the country.

18 min read

May 2020 National Rounds Played

Rounds-played were up 6.2% nationally in May, with more than 90% of golf courses having reopened by the second week of the month. Entering June, play is down 8% year-over-year.

2 min read
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June Shows Momentum in Key Golf Markets

Initial data regarding play for June continues to be very positive in key golf markets across the country as the industry seeks to offset the loss of 20 million rounds in March and April.

< 1 min read
,

What Golf Operators Are Saying About June ‘Surge’

The early returns for golf’s post-crackdown are in, with rounds up more than 6% nationally in May. Here’s a look at what course operators are seeing and experiencing in June from a participation and engagement standpoint.

6 min read

Breaking News on Golf and the Coronavirus

A repository of coronavirus-related breaking golf news from states and communities around the country.

18 min read

May 2020 National Rounds Played

Rounds-played were up 6.2% nationally in May, with more than 90% of golf courses having reopened by the second week of the month. Entering June, play is down 8% year-over-year.

2 min read
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D.C. Municipal Golf: New Lease, New Life?

In a significant boost for public golf in Washington D.C., the National Links Trust (NLT) has been selected to negotiate a long-term lease for the three municipal facilities in the nation’s capital with backing from architects Tom Doak, Gil Hanse and Beau Welling, developer Mike Keiser and Troon Golf.

3 min read

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