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.
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The STRI has been collating data of birds that have stopped-over at British golf courses to refuel in recent years, before continuing their migrations from one part of the world to another.
Alistair Dunsmuir reveals what he learnt about the golf industry in June
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.
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.
Professional golfer Robert Rock has said golf clubs are still putting up barriers that prevent juniors from playing golf.
From major resorts going up for sale to women being the saviour of golf, May was a fascinating month for the golf industry
Here’s the top three things I learnt while editing the magazine this month.
The 3 biggest things that happened to golf clubs in February
HMRC withdraws its appeal against the ruling that private members’ clubs’ green fees must be VAT exempt. But will this lead to more negative headlines for golf?