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Golf participation in Europe 2013

Following 20 years of stable growth, Europe’s golf market experienced its first downturn in golf participation in 2011. The decrease in the number of registered golfers can be partially attributed to the economic crisis but also to the change in golfing patterns. In some countries, where players don’t need to be registered to play, many club members changed to casual players.

07/23/2013

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The Value of Golf to Scotland’s Economy

Golf in Scotland is now a £1 billion industry, according to new research conducted by KPMG in association with Oxford Economics.

06/03/2013

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Golf development trends in Russia and the CIS region: recent trends and future outlook

Given that golf course development took off only 20 years or so ago, Russia and the CIS region is now home to nearly 30 regular golf courses and more than 6,000 golfers. It is expected that between 5 and 7 golf courses will be opened in the region between now and 2020. In his latest interview, Dr. Andrea Sartori provides insight into the key trends, current challenges and opportunities faced by the golf industry in these markets.

04/16/2013

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Golf Travel Insights 2013

According to our recent survey among 110 golf tour operators worldwide, golf tourism was up again in 2012. Spain and Portugal remain the strongest destinations, followed by Scotland and Turkey, while Bulgaria is considered to be Europe’s key emerging hot spot.

04/02/2013

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Golf participation in Europe 2011

KPMG’s in-depth analysis highlights significant demand and supply changes in the European golf market in recent years.

01/31/2012

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