Case Study 4: Golf Course Maintenance

Typical discussions about course maintenance budgets involve benchmarks such as cost per hole or cost per acre and a variety of specific characteristics ranging from type of grass to geographic location. To determine the impact of those various factors, we analyzed data from a wide range of clubs -- annual revenue from $1M to $40M, geographically diverse, 9 holes to 108 holes, every variation of grass type, seasonality, weather conditions and rainfall, In Club Benchmarking Case Study #4, we present the findings from that research and explain why conventional wisdom doesn't hold water when it comes to course maintenance spending.

Best Practices in Club Governance:
2021 Survey Overview

Thursday, March 3rd, 2022
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EASTERN

In this session, we will present the findings of a survey designed to evaluate the understanding of and alignment around identified best practices in club governance. The survey serves two purpose: At a high level it is used to gather information for an annual report which advances the industry’s awareness and understanding of best practices for club governance. At the individual club level, the survey functions as an effective self-evaluation tool for club boards. It is designed to provoke thought, fuel productive discussion and promote widespread adoption of governance best practices. We recommend reading the 2021 Club Governance Whitepaper prior to attending this session. Get the Whitepaper

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