Golf Datatech: Sept. Rounds Up 4.2%; YTD Up 0.5%

According to a report from Golf Datatech, golf rounds played in the US in September were up 4.1% compared to September 2008 and up 0.5% for the year to date period. Public courses reported rounds-played increases of 4.6% and 0.8% for the month and YTD, respectively. Private courses reported rounds up 2.5% for the month and down 0.7% for the YTD. The findings represent 4,225 courses.


The strongest region was the New England region, which saw September rounds rise 13.5% and YTD rounds increase 1.2%. Mild weather certainly contributed to the increase, as snowy and wintry weather did not move into the area until early October. The East North Central, West North Central, Mid-Atlantic and South Atlantic reported September rounds increased 10.2%, 6.6%, 4.2% and 2.5%, respectively.


The Pacific, Mountain and South Central reported September rounds were down 2.3%, 1.7% and 0.9%, respectively.

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Golf Datatech: Sept. Rounds Up 4.2%; YTD Up 0.5%

According to Golf Datatech, rounds played in the US in September were up 4.1% compared to September 2008 and up 0.5% for the year to date. Public courses were up 4.6% and 0.8% for the month and YTD, respectively. Private courses were up 2.5% for the month and down 0.7% for the YTD.  The findings represent 4,225 courses.


The strongest region was the New England region, which saw September rounds up 13.5% and YTD rounds up 1.2%. The East North Central, West North Central, Mid-Atlantic and South Atlantic reported September rounds up 10.2%, 6.6%, 4.2% and 2.5%, respectively.


The Pacific, Mountain and South Central reported September were down 2.3%, 1.7% and 0.9%, respectively.

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