From helping your greenkeepers by drinking beer to using an 82-year-old man to showcase why golf club membership is something positively unique, May was a fantastic month for the industry.
West Essex GC has been using a contractor for its golf course maintenance since 2010. What are the differences or advantages to this approach?
The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network, a UK-wide citizen science initiative, is tracking the invasive species and some tree pest diseases affecting golf courses.
From a worrying trend to replace golf courses with housing developments to the industry being happy to say that Peter Alliss is talking nonsense, Alistair Dunsmuir reviews April in golf club management.
Does the recent Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) change allowing some 0% instalment schemes to be unregulated mean your in-house monthly scheme is exempt from the Consumer Credit Act?
From the drought in California to HSBC saying ‘golf is at a crossroads’, March was no ordinary month for the industry
The GCMA Manager of the Year competition has been launched, with new categories, new sponsors and new prizes for outstanding managers of golf clubs.
3. Participation in golf might have finally stopped dropping. It’s been a dreadful few years for the industry, with many clubs losing vital revenue due to a drop in both the number of people being members and the numbers playing
Homophobia is now an issue that some golf clubs are prepared to aggressively tackle. Regardless of whether you think the punishment of a year’s ban from two golf courses was too draconian or not, William Webster’s chastisement for a moderately
FootGolf is getting bigger and bigger It was dismissed as a novelty when it first came to the UK about three years ago, but FootGolf, the golf – football hybrid in which participants kick balls into giant holes, is growing