The Golf Business editor Alistair Dunsmuir looks at how, from Wimbledon to fireworks, the game is working together to boost participation.
A club described in the Welsh press as ‘one of Monmouthshire’s premier golf clubs’ is closing down after 30 years of trading.
One of the world’s oldest golf clubs has appointed a woman to be its captain for the first time in its 230-year history.
Rothbury Golf Club in Northumberland has become the latest golf club to hope to build holiday lodges in order to boost income streams.
One of the biggest suppliers to the golf industry, Highspeed Group, probably best known for its ClearWater recycling systems, has been acquired by major waste management firm Acumen.
The body that represents professional golfers in England, the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), has said it is amicably withdrawing from the England Golf Partnership (EGP), the lead funding body for golf in England.
Four golf clubs in Norfolk have reported that thieves have attempted to steal batteries from their golf cars in the last three weeks.
A Warwickshire golf course is to be closed down and converted into 300 homes – just a few weeks after its council rejected an identical proposal.
Scottish Golf has recruited two more highly qualified individuals to its board of directors.
The Point at Polzeath in Cornwall has been named England Golf’s ‘GolfMark Club of the Year’ at an award ceremony that also honoured Olympic champion Justin Rose, Masters champion Danny Willett and Solheim Cup player Charley Hull. GolfMark is an