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KPMG Reports Fall in European Courses

October 26th, 2018

The new Golf Participation Report from KPMG reports a fall in the number of standard golf courses in Europe. Between 2016 and 2017 18 new courses were built but 89 closed down.

The Report, which is available for download, is a compilation of data received from nearly 50 national golf associations across Europe. We have included a summary of these statistics in today’s Newsletter.

Geoff Russell, Publisher https://golfbusinessnews.com/

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