The 2017 Golf Business Conference is drawing closer, and technology hasn’t gotten any less intimidating.
For the 2015 season, Monarch Beach Golf Links at the St. Regis Resort in Dana Point, California, raised its playing rates, which resulted in 10 percent fewer rounds but 5 percent more revenue. The X-factor: Rounds from women went up 5 percent, with average spending per female player higher than the men.
Phil Immordino, president of the Golf Tournament Association of America, offers three simple tips for increasing outing business
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