Golf club membership continued to grow in 2021 as did the age of members and the cost of a round. But how have the fortunes of clubs changed in 2022?
The annual benchmarking Hillier Hopkins survey of UK golf clubs is now open and we want to hear from anyone involved in the management of golf clubs such as golf club managers, secretaries and pros.
The survey, which takes about 30 minutes to complete, explores every aspect of managing and operating a golf club including the average age of members, waiting lists, the number of rounds played, and the average cost of green fees
The survey can be found here and will remain open until 30th November 2022.
The survey has been run for over 15 years and is recognised as the authoritative voice on the health and the UK’s most popular sport.
Matt Bailey, a senior manager at Hillier Hopkins said: “We are excited once again to delve into the day-to-day workings of UK golf clubs. The survey gained a lot of traction last year, hopefully this year will be the same and clubs will be keen to see how they compare with their peers.
“We are also thrilled to once again partner with the Golf Club Secretary’s Newsletter and with the UK Golf Federation in this survey, and to publishing the results in early 2023.”
Past golf club reports can be found here: https://hillierhopkins.co.uk/golf-club-benchmarking-report-archive/.