The full extent of the damage and the recovery of the flooding that devastated several golf courses throughout the British Isles this winter is now beginning to emerge.
The owner of Waterstock Golf Club in Oxfordshire has launched an attack on his local council for dumping waste without securing planning permission – something he was jailed for in 2012.
A ‘thriving’ golf club that has attracted juniors to its facility is about to open a nine-hole ‘family golf course’ to further boost profits.
At least 29 golf clubs have issued some sort of free golf offer for the first time in their history since the beginning of 2014.
Emma Clifford, secretary manager of West Essex Golf Club, has been named the Golf Club Managers’ Association’s (GCMA) Manager of the Year for 2014.
An historic private members’ golf club has said it will provide free coaching and free golf for children – but only if one of the world’s leading golfers opens its new junior coaching facility.
Two more struggling golf clubs are set to be closed down and converted into housing estates.
Two golf courses have been put up for sale as new data suggests that the industry is in recovery.
A charity that tackles religious bigotry has said that about 50 unnamed golf clubs in Scotland are committing ‘acts of discrimination’ against golfers due to their religious beliefs.
A golf conference on participation has concluded that the game urgently needs to change its image – as a new survey finds that infrequent golfers are deserting golf and not being replaced.
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