A ‘Healthy Self-Balancing’

March 24th, 2017

Earlier this week we reported on the sale of Royal Norwich Golf Club for development – the Club itself will move to a new location and expand – and today we bring news of a further decline in the number of golf facilities in the United States – a 1.2% reduction in the past twelve months. Many if these facilities will also be developed as new business opportunities.

The NGF views the process as ‘a healthy self-balancing of supply and demand’ which is expected to continue for several more years.

Geoff Russell, Publisher


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