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Monthly Rounds Played Reports

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A sincere thanks to everyone who regularly supplies rounds data. We can't track play without the invaluable help of golf course owners and operators.

The more rounds-played figures we receive, the more comprehensive the results will be.

Please click the link below to submit your monthly rounds in a matter of seconds. Peak season, offseason, it doesn't matter. Data for all seasons is imperative to provide a holistic industry overview. Remember, this data is aggregated and never shared on an individual basis.

The National Golf Foundation and Golf Datatech, LLC have been working together on these free monthly rounds-played reports for almost two decades as a public service to the golf industry, with the goal of producing finely-tuned research for every city and state in the U.S.
NGF and Golf Datatech work together to solicit monthly rounds played information from nearly 14,000 U.S. golf facilities, aggregating and analyzing data for reports that detail year-over-year changes in play by region and state, as well as in select major cities when possible. Through these combined efforts, the proportion of participants has risen to almost 18% of all U.S. golf facilities.