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.
Australians play more golf in 2014
Golf participation across Australia is on the rise according to new data released by the Australian Golf Industry Council (AGIC).
Healthy rise in rounds of golf
Australian club golf ended the latest financial year on a high with the number of club competition rounds increasing by more than 5% on the previous year according to new data released by the Australian Golf Industry Council.
Melbourne public course rounds report released
The Australian Golf Industry Council has released the 2013 Melbourne Public Course Rounds Report, the first of a number of planned reports that focus on current public golf trends in Australia’s major metropolitan cities.
New survey launched on Australia's golfing tourists
The Australian Golf Industry Council has commissioned a nation-wide study of Australia’s golfing tourists.
Summer months trend up for golf rounds
Australian club golf has enjoyed a productive first three months of 2014 according to new data released by the Australian Golf Industry Council today.
Rounds numbers rise following major tournaments
Coming off the back of the peak season for Australian golf, competition golf rounds rose in both October and November with the October figures proving to be the highest monthly amount for the calendar year.
Rounds numbers continue steady growth in September
Australian Golf Industry Council
Golf rounds data has continued a trend of steady growth in the first month of Spring according to new data released by the Australian Golf Industry Council.
Competitions boost August rounds numbers
An increase in the number of competition events has helped fuel an increase in the number of competition rounds of golf played in August and through the winter months according to new data released by the Australian Golf Industry Council.