A majority of golf clubs fail to provide membership details on their own websites despite being desperate for new members, according to two new surveys.
From golfers teaming up with rock stars to clubs introducing bicycles to their courses, July 2014 has been a month like no other for the industry.
Every golf club in Scotland will receive Ryder Cup tickets in a bid to boost membership retention.
In the starkest symbol of the financial troubles golf clubs are facing due to declining memberships, North Inch Golf Course, which pre-dates 1450, could close down as it falls into disrepair.
Darren Clarke has revealed that he will move to The Astbury, a Shropshire golf course owned by former Judas Priest guitarist KK Downing.
Noak Hill Golf Course has found a radical way to fund course and clubhouse improvements – it is building a gated retirement community by its course.
England Golf has launched its far-reaching plan to stop the decline in golf – and in doing so reveals that English golf clubs have lost more than 200,000 members in the last decade.
Demand from women to play golf is so strong that every golf club in the UK could have waiting lists for membership categories, according to an astonishing new survey.
A golf club has bought a fleet of purpose built bicycles that carry clubs and cause minimal damage to turf, which speed up play and give golfers a workout.
Loretto School near Edinburgh is to build a golf centre so good that tour players are hoping to be able to use it.