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A Publication of the National Golf Foundation

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

Junior Golf

NGF Research Snapshot: Golf in Schools

Research shows introducing kids to golf at an early age positively influences their perceptions about golf and generates interest in the game. Here’s a look at how many kids have been exposed to golf in school programs.

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Mike Whan – LPGA Commissioner

LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan talks with the NGF about his tour’s trajectory, inspiration and business...

6 min read

The Bridge Built for Golf

Separated by only about 85 miles in New York, The Bridge and the Bridge Learning...

6 min read

The ‘Q’uestion

The NGF’s ‘Q’uestion for September: What percentage of kids ages 6 to 17 have been...

1 min read

NGF Research Snapshot: Golf in Schools

Research shows introducing kids to golf at an early age positively influences their perceptions about golf and generates interest in the game. Here’s a look at how many kids have been exposed to golf in school programs.

1 min read

Mike Whan – LPGA Commissioner

LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan talks with the NGF about his tour’s trajectory, inspiration and business advice, his first job in golf and his outlook for the golf industry overall.

6 min read

The Bridge Built for Golf

Separated by only about 85 miles in New York, The Bridge and the Bridge Learning Center occupy vastly different worlds but share a bond built around golf.

6 min read

The ‘Q’uestion

The NGF’s ‘Q’uestion for September: What percentage of kids ages 6 to 17 have been exposed to golf in a school setting at least once in their lives?

1 min read

Get Smart: Junior Golf

TGA Premier Golf is seeking to shape participation in golf through its after-school golf enrichment programs and, perhaps just as importantly, what happens next.

3 min read

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