Article written by Fairway Credit At the beginning of this year, England Golf published the third draft of its strategic framework. Focusing on the steady decline in golf club membership – down by over 15 percent since 2007/08 for those
A charity that helps people who work in horticulture has said that there has been a record rise in greenkeepers with debt problems for the second year running.
Gemini Network Media has purchased the assets of M H Systems, one of the leading software suppliers to golf clubs, just two weeks after the company entered administration.
HMRC has finally accepted a 2013 European Union ruling that green fees at private members’ golf clubs must be exempt from VAT – but the clubs in question will be far from happy.
A golf club has been rebuked by a judge for displaying ‘amazing ignorance and a total misunderstanding of bullying’ after it rejected a claim because the lady in question had not been physically hurt.
More than a quarter of all the adult members of golf clubs in the Republic of Ireland have abandoned their membership since the start of the economic downturn.
As the run up to the Ryder Cup continues, Fairmont St Andrews has become the third major Scottish golf course in the last three months to be placed up for sale.
The Association of Golf Course Owners has applied to provide data that the ruling that VAT must not be applied to green fees was based on flawed evidence.
A golf club in Kenya is ordered by a judge to reinstate female members who were suspended for objecting to its new law that denied them the right to vote.
An employee of Wentworth Golf Club has escaped jail after she admitted stealing nearly £11,000 from its customers to help a cancer stricken friend.