Golf Australia

Research

Golf Australia conducts extensive research in partnership with the industry and also draws on other relevant research to assist golf with developing evidence based strategies to ensure that the sport remains relevant and is able to adapt to an ever changing sporting and recreational landscape.

Below is a selection of reports that cover a number of key areas for golf and sport in general:   

Participation

Golf Club Participation Report, 2015, Golf Australia

Australian Golf Landscape Research, AGIC, 2015

AGIC Rounds Report - Year End December 2015

Golf Participation Report, 2014, Golf Australia

Increasing the participation of older Australians in golf, 2012, Australian Golf Industry Council

AGIC Melbourne Public Rounds Report

Golf Participation Report, 2013, Golf Australia             

National Competition Rounds, 2013, Australian Golf Industry Council

Market Segmentation for sport participation, Australian Sports Commission       

Market Segmentation for sport participation: Children, 2013, Australian Sports Commission

The future of Australian Sport, 2013, Australian Sports Commission

ERASS Report, 2010, Australian Sports Commission

The Right Invitation: Research to Guide the Industry in Women’s Participation & Satisfaction, 2009, Sports & Leisure Research Group

Women’s Involvement in Golf, 2008, Smart Connection Company

Facility Operations

Club Attrition & Retention Report, 2010, Golf Queensland

Club Attrition & Retention Report, 2010, NSW Golf Association

Club Benchmark Report, 2009, Golf Australia

Issues & Challenges for Golf Clubs in Victoria, 2005, Victorian Golf Association

Economic

The Economic Value of the Golf Industry, 2010, Australian Golf Industry Council

AGIC Australian Golf Tourism Report

Golf Retail

The Golf Retail Industry in Australia, 2004, Ernst & Young

Golf Consumer

Golf Consumer Attitudes & Travel Insights, 2013, Sports & Leisure Research Group

Canadian Golf Consumer Behaviour Study, 2012 National Allied Golf Associations

Golf Consumer Study, 2005, Australian Golf Union

AGIC Newsletters

AGIC Spring Newsletter - 2015

AGIC Winter Newsletter - 2014

AGIC Winter Newsletter - 2013

Other

Golf’s 2020 Vision:  The HSBC Report, 2012, The Futures Company

Golf: a game of life and death – reduced mortality in Swedish golf players, 2008, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports

Australian Amateur
20 January 2017
ALBANY: Tuesday Scroungers: M Cummins 22 A Depledge J Lunt 21. Women: M Smith 36 P Ruoss 35 S Le Quesne. 9-hole: J Austin 19 R Sourness 15. more
20 January 2017
NORTH ADELAIDE: Women Stroke: K Colclasure 72 D Schwarz 73 M Kaines 74 C Mroczek 77 A Chevin 77 C Coleman 78 M Pyke 79. more
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