Golf Travel in the U.S.
Golf Travel in the U.S. - 2018 Edition
Some golfers travel near and far to find courses that challenge their game and provide them with a unique, enriching experience. But golf trips don’t just benefit golfers, they contribute to golfer spending, rounds-played and deepen engagement. Understanding the travel habits of golfers can help golf businesses capture more market share with this segment of golfers. This report provides broad information about the golf travel market, including the total number of golf travelers, the number of trips taken and the number of rounds played. In addition, the study examines different types of golf trips (buddies trips, family vacations, business trips, etc.), highlights the most popular geographic regions for golf travel, and identifies factors that influence destination selection. Learn MoreDownload
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Golf Travel in the U.S. - 2009 Edition (Archive Report)
NGF's Golf Travel in the U.S., 2009 edition, focuses on the demographic profile gender, age, income of golfers who played at least one round of golf while traveling in 2007. Profiles are broken out by business vs. vacation golf travelers. The report details the total number of golf travelers, the number of trips taken, the number of rounds played and the number of days away while traveling. Trends in the number of golf travelers from 1989 to 2007 are also presented. The report also describes the media habits of frequent golf travelers with respect to golf-related magazines, viewing golf on TV and visiting golf-related Web sites. Learn MoreDownload
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