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  • 2011 Golf Economy Report

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    PDF: 445 K / 16 pages
  • Golf's Pyramid of Influence

    "Who are my best customers? Whom should I focus on in my business plan?" If you've ever asked these questions, NGF's Pyramid of Influence may contain the answers you are looking for. It shows how occasional, moderate and avid golfers stack up in terms of number and percentage of players, rounds and spending. Did you know that 44% of golfers account for only 6% of rounds and spending? Or that avid golfers account for only 26% of golfers but 76% of rounds? Learn More

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    PDF: 66 K / 1 page
  • 2011 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by operators of approximately 4,000 golf courses per month nationwide. Data was collected by Golf Datatech, NGF, PGA of America and NGCOA. The report shows the percentage change in the number of rounds between 2010 and 2011. This percentage change is shown in various segmentations including National, Census Regions (8), State, major Metropolitan Area, and public versus private facilities. Learn More

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    PDF: 247 K / 6 pages
  • Operating and Financial Performance Profiles National Summary - 2010

    This report is a National Summary of the latest in a series of similar reports produced by NGF over the past 25 years. It profiles golf facility revenues, expenses and other benchmarks so that operators, appraisers and others can compare an individual facility's performance with that of similar facilities. It is based on responses from 765 18-hole facility operators and covers data from 2009 and 2008. Learn More

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    PDF: 91 K / 5 pages
  • Last Decade of Golf Supply

    NGF's analysis of golf supply during the past decade (2000 - 2009).

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    PDF: 58 K / 1 pages
  • 2010 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by operators of approximately 4,000 golf courses per month nationwide. The report was produced by Golf Datatech. Data was collected by Golf Datatech, NGF, PGA of America and NGCOA. The report shows the percentage change in the number of rounds between 2009 and 2010. Learn More

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    PDF: 475 K / 6 pages
  • 2009 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by operators of approximately 4,000 golf courses per month nationwide. The report was produced by Golf Datatech. Data was collected by Golf Datatech, NGF, PGA of America and NGCOA. The report shows the percentage change in the number of rounds between 2008 and 2009. Learn More

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    PDF: 147 K / 7 pages
  • 2008 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by operators of approximately 4,000 golf courses per month nationwide. The report was produced by Golf Datatech. Data was collected by Golf Datatech, NGF, PGA of America and NGCOA. The report shows the percentage change in the number of rounds between 2007 and 2008. Learn More

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    PDF: 437 K / 6 pages
  • 2007 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by approximately 2,000 golf facility operators per month nationwide. Data was collected by NGF and other allied golf associations. The report shows the percentage change in same-store rounds, by month, between 2006 and 2007. Geographic areas include 11 climate regions, selected states and DMAs designated market areas as well as the entire U.S. Data was weighted to be representative of all U.S. golf facilities by type, size, region and price point. Learn More

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    PDF: 272 K / 4 pages
  • 2006 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by approximately 2,000 golf facility operators per month nationwide. Data was collected by NGF and other allied golf associations. The report shows the percentage change in same-store rounds, by month, between 2005 and 2006. Geographic areas include 11 climate regions, selected states and DMAs designated market areas as well as the entire U.S. Data was weighted to be representative of all U.S. golf facilities by type, size, region and price point. Learn More

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    PDF: 226 K / 4 pages
  • 2005 Rounds Played Report

    This report is based on rounds played data provided by approximately 2,000 golf facility operators per month nationwide. Data was collected by NGF and other allied golf associations. The report shows the percentage change in same-store rounds, by month, between 2004 and 2005. Geographic areas include 11 climate regions, selected states and DMAs designated market areas as well as the entire U.S. Data was weighted to be representative of all U.S. golf facilities by type, size, region and price point. Learn More

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    PDF: 283 K / 4 pages
  • 2004 Rounds Played Report

    Report shows the percentage change in rounds played, 2003 vs. 2002. Broken out by course type, public price point and region. Also includes reasons for increases and decreases in rounds played, according to facility operators. Learn More

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    PDF: 185 K / 7 pages
  • 2003 Rounds Played Report

    Report shows the percentage change in rounds played, 2002 vs. 2001. Also shows the volume of rounds played for 2002, 2001 and 2000. Includes 2002 and 2001 volume of total revenue, rounds revenue, merchandise revenue, food & beverage revenue, and revenue per round ratios. Broken out by course type, public price point and region. Also includes reasons for increases and decreases in rounds played, according to facility operators. Learn More

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    PDF: 283 K / 15 pages
  • 2002 Rounds Played Report

    Report shows the percentage change in rounds played, 2001 vs. 2000. Also shows the volume of rounds played for 2001 and 2000. Broken out by course type, public price point and region. Also includes reasons for increases and decreases in rounds played, according to facility operators. Learn More

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    PDF: 419 K / 8 pages
  • Defibrillators

    Cardiovascular disease is the nation's leading cause of death. And golf courses are among the most common public places where sudden cardiac arrest occurs. Because of their large area and often remote locations, golf courses are also among the most difficult places for emergency medical teams to reach quickly. Defibrillators improve Golfers' chances of surviving sudden cardiac arrest.

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    PDF: 65 K / 3 pages

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