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8.00am 6th October 2005 - Management Topics

The European Golf Owners Association (EGCOA) is a not-for-profit organisation that was founded in 2004 by national owners associations of Germany, France, Holland and Denmark. The three main goals are to act on behalf of the owners – the supply side of the golf industry – to run the businesses in a more professional way and to grow the game of golf and the golf industry
There are members in 12 European countries and 5 of them also have their own national association. The board has strong representation from all participating countries. Lodewijk Klootwijk is the director of EGCOA and he can supply further information phone +31.619.616.624 and mail:
The membership by country is as follows:

  • Denmark 35 courses
  • Germany 95 courses
  • Holland 105 courses
  • France 110 course
  • Italy 40 courses
  • Other 25 courses
  • Total  410 courses

The website of the EGCOA is at and


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