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
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
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
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
NGCAA chief executive Jackie Howe comments on issues clubs may have to deal with when marketing themselves
The Golf Business editor Alistair Dunsmuir looks at how, from Wimbledon to fireworks, the game is working together to boost participation.
From new evidence that the golf industry is growing to the contentious issue of senior discounts, February 2017 brought a degree of optimism to those working in golf clubs
Wentworth’s West Course is one of the most famous in the world but, in recent years, some European Tour golfers had complained about the state of its greens. Kenny Mackay details the improvements they have undergone since last May
From flexible memberships to ‘no slow play golf’, Golf Club Management editor Alistair Dunsmuir provides his monthly round-up of the biggest stories in the industry.
When two streams at Enfield GC overflowed, flooding both the course and nearly 200 homes, local authorities devised costly schemes to protect the venue’s neighbours. Fortunately, the club was allowed to embark on an affordable alternative drainage solution, which has achieved all its goals.