April was all about health and golf. The Golf Business editor Alistair Dunsmuir reviews the top three trends of the month, including why alcohol is so good for the game
A major new golf competition is being launched that will see thousands of golf club members raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
A Nottinghamshire golf club that has just undergone a £125,000 refurbishment is now marketing to families to visit the venue.
Clubs welcome the digitisation of membership fee collections – Fairway Credit makes golf club managers lives easier with HowDoIPay integration and a new online paperless monthly instalment facility. The Golf Business reports
A new study has found that doing moderate exercise such as the walking involved in regular games of golf is the best way to slow down the brain’s ageing process if you’re over 50.
One of the world’s foremost experts on turfgrass disease management, John Dempsey PhD, last year carried out a major trial on whether it’s possible to maintain healthy turfgrass on a fairway with just one application of a controlled release fertiliser
A golf club that entered administration towards the end of last year has had its future secured after a local businessman bought it and a local professional golfer took over the running of it.
A municipal golf venue that closed down in 2015 when the council stopped subsidising it is likely to reopen as a footgolf course later this year.
The former chairman of a Premier League football club has said he may build a hotel next to a golf club, which should benefit both parties.
The Golf Business speaks to the general manager of The Gog Magog Golf Club in Cambridge about running a club with more than 1,300 members