NGF Top 100 Businesses in Golf Criteria
An evaluation of a company's revenue or earnings -- in the overall industry or their particular sector -- based on information acquired through industry executives, quarterly earnings, reliable third-party data such as Dun & Bradstreet reports, or the NGF's best estimation.
This is a subjective measure of how much influence, importance or overall clout the particular company has throughout the golf industry.
Contribution To The Growth & Vitality Of The Game:
An assessment of what a company/organization is doing to help grow the game and foster golf's overall vitality. This metric is a cornerstone of the NGF's mission.
This focuses on how prominent or well-known a company, business or organization is within the entire golf industry. Is it a household name? How much does the company, brand or organization stand out?
Growth Rate & Success:
What is the overall trajectory of the company? Is it successful enough to continue growing and expanding?
Is this particular company or organization a leader or trailblazer in its category? This is looking at a specific segment rather than the industry as a whole.
Has the company or organization introduced something – an idea, method, device or technology – that’s new and different? Have they offered an original application or a solution that meets existing market needs?
Does the company or organization do something or produce a product that benefits the general public, or make noteworthy contributions to charities or the collective societal good? Is there a benefit to the environment in a meaningful way?
NGF Top 100 Businesses in Golf
Century Golf was founded in 2005 with the model of acquiring and managing private clubs, public courses and golf resorts. Dallas-based Century currently operates 45…View Company