Could on-site gambling make golf more exciting?

October 25th, 2019

Today we report that, in partnership with London-based IMG Arena, the PGA Tour is going to introduce on-site gambling at some of its tournaments next year in the hope of attracting new audiences and making golf more exciting for spectators attending events. Our report covers the recognition of the need to develop offerings that keep golf’s integrity intact.

View all the headlines below to review this week’s latest golf business news from around the world.

Geoff Russell, Publisher


  1. Berkhamsted reverses its nines as golfers return
  2. Patrick Reed signs for Castore sportswear
  3. 2023 Ryder Cup venue unveils new-look course
  4. Golf mourns the passing of Jock MacVicar, ‘doyen’ of Scottish golf journalism
  5. Murrayshall announces new hospitality appointment
  6. EA Sports partners with Augusta for new video game
  7. Worldwide Golf Brands Appoints Medi8 Golf
  8. New book celebrates Seve’s ‘life through the lens’
  9. Wales Golf appoints new Chair
  10. Magical Masters Memories of Golf’s Greatest Player-Caddie Team Ltd, 5-7 High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames
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