Snap! How to grab a great course pic
Dave Tease, Golf NSW
Five tips for better golf course photos.
Competition rounds continue positive trend
The Australian Golf Industry Council has released its latest National Competition Rounds Report, which shows participation growth continues to remain steady.
Research points to positive golf future
The Australian Golf Industry Council (AGIC) has undertaken the most in-depth analysis of the Australian golf industry since 2005.
Bookings open for inaugural Golf Business Forum
Delegate registrations have opened for the inaugural Golf Business Forum 2016 (25-26 July) where leading industry participants and content-specialists from inside and outside the industry will discuss the issues facing golf businesses in Australia today.
Rounds growth continues in 2015
Bronwyn Slatter, PGA of Australia
The Australian Golf Industry Council has released its National Competition Rounds Report for the final quarter and full-year results for 2015.
Two hundred thousand raised for Royal Children's Hospital
The Australian golf industry united yesterday for the inaugural Premier's Cup which saw over $220,000 raised for The Royal Children's Hospital.
Premier’s Cup a sell out
The inaugural Premier's Cup, to be held at the prestigious Royal Melbourne Golf Club on Monday 1st February 2016, has officially sold out.
State Government and golf industry tee off for charity
The heavy hitters of Melbourne’s corporate world, professional golf, government and celebrity will showcase their golfing skills on the prestigious Royal Melbourne course in February next year to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital.
More rounds played by Australians
Golf participation is on the rise across Australia with golf club members playing an increased number of competition rounds in the last financial year.
Rounds data shows mixed bag for March
Several Australian States saw rounds of competition golf played fall in March. In comparison to 2014, only New South Wales and Western Australia reported rises, with an average national fall of 1.6 per cent.