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KPMG Golf Benchmark Survey findings at EGCOA conference

7.55am 5th November 2007 - Management Topics

KPMG will announce the findings of its second annual Golf Benchmark Survey at the European Golf Course Owners Association Conference in Amsterdam, 28-30 November

The number of courses participating in the Survey, initiated by KPMG to support golf course owners, operators and developers in their future decisions, has almost doubled this year to nearly 1,500 courses.

As well as the key golfing regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Golf Benchmark Survey has been extended in 2007 to cover the fast growing markets of India and the Caribbean.

Andrea Sartori, Head of KPMG’s Golf Advisory Practice in the EMA Region, who will present the findings in Amsterdam, said, “This year’s Survey has thrown up fascinating market intelligence which simply isn’t available in the wider golf industry. The number of courses participating this year, plus the inclusion of new regions, enhances the Survey and creates benchmark indicators for the golf business.

“The EGCOA conference, which I attended last year, is an ideal event at which to present the Golf Benchmark Survey – and I look forward to sharing our findings with fellow golf industry professionals there.”

The Golf Benchmark Survey has been designed to enable golf course owners and managers to compare the operational and financial performance of their golf course against the industry high, average and low.

Golf Benchmark Survey www.golfbenchmark.com

       

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