In a “Content Everywhere” World, Golfers' Media Preferences Show Specialization
GOLF 20/20 Reports Golf’s Economic Impact of $68.8 Billion
NGF Introduces New Membership Class that Includes Mobile App
November 2012 Rounds Played Report
Not as Self-Centered as You Might Think, Golfers Welcome Growth in Participation
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In a “Content Everywhere” World, Golfers' Media Preferences Show Specialization
Core Golfers’ Preference of Media Type Shows Differences Driven by Subject Matter
 
In a “Content Everywhere” World, Golfers Media Preferences Show Specialization
Content is king.  But today’s world could easily be viewed as one with too much content.  Prior to the smart phone era, we might have actually had to do some research to find information on a particular subject, even an obscure one.
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GOLF 20/20 Reports Golf’s Economic Impact of $68.8 Billion
 
 GOLF 20/20 Reports Golf’s Economic Impact of $68.8 Billion
The collaboration of leading organizations representing all segments of the United States golf industry – reports golf’s economic impact of $68.8 billion in 2011.
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NGF Introduces New Membership Class that Includes Mobile App
New App Membership for Golf Courses Includes a Robust Mobile App that Connects Courses Directly to Their Customers
 
NGF Introduces New Membership Class that Includes Mobile App
NGF will launch its new App Membership at the PGA Merchandise Show.  In addition to receiving NGF’s industry-leading research and money-saving resources, this new NGF membership includes a full-function mobile app for the member’s golf course.
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November 2012 Rounds Played Report
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Not as Self-Centered as You Might Think, Golfers Welcome Growth in Participation
 
Golfers Recognize Growing Participation Benefits Them
Significant industry resources and efforts have long been directed at growing participation levels in golf.  Motives from an industry standpoint are easy to understand - more golfers naturally translate into more customers at the facility level and more spending within all golf product categories from drivers to shoes - a rising tide floats all boats.
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