The Potential Rise and Fall of The Golfing Industry

2020, one of the slowest starts to the golf industry. Starting with what can only be described as one of the wettest starts to the year and then the global pandemic which saw a nationwide lockdown and closure of golf. Then, restrictions lifted, golf became one of the first outdoor activities to re-open and golfing bodies, clubs and media are revelling in the success. With many clubs citing a considerable spike in memberships interest, membership purchases and green fee purchases. In some cases, clubs recorded 300% increase in green fee revenue for the month of May when comparing to their full green fee revenue for 2019.

Is your golf club struggling for funds or do you have cashflow concerns? You’re not alone

Is your golf club struggling for funds or do you have cashflow concerns? You’re not alone. Many clubs are struggling during these unprecedented times. From starting the year with flash floods and waterlogged courses, to a UK wide lockdown and temporary closure of clubs, 2020 has had a significant impact on many.

Working With Golf Clubs During Covid-19

With the recent pandemic and lockdown situation that the UK are in, it has been a very difficult time, especially for the Hospitality and Leisure industry. Over the past week, we have been speaking to many golf clubs across to UK. During our conversations, one thing that became evident was that each club are being proactive and creative when looking at different ways to react to the current pandemic.

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