A major survey of golf clubs in the USA has found that their poor business performance in recent years has been down to their poor business practices, and has been avoidable.
The historic Northenden Golf Club in Manchester is to remain in existence despite a huge fire that completely destroyed its 100-year-old clubhouse.
Golfers are unlikely to see a reduction in their insurance premiums despite a landmark ruling in favour of a golfer who caused significant injury to a bystander.
The R&A, the joint governing body for golf around the world, has appointed a former banker, Martin Slumbers, to be its new chief executive from next year.
The winner of the 2009 Women’s British Open, Catriona Matthew, has said that 18 holes deters women in their 30s and 40s from playing golf.
PGA chief executive Sandy Jones criticises business secretary Vince Cable for saying golf courses should be built on to solve the housing crisis, saying this underestimates their economic contribution.
Beauchief Golf Course in Yorkshire has become the latest venue to offer women only coaching in a bid to tap into a potentially massive market.
Magnolia Park Golf Club, which now has a Tony Jacklin academy, is to aggressively expand its business, which will result in 70 new jobs by the end of 2014.
England Golf has launched the biggest drive in its history to get women and girls to play golf, featuring an advisory group and a targeted appointment.
Tetney Golf Club in Grimsby has become the latest venue to see the lucrative potential of building homes on or by its course – but local residents are not happy.