Golf Industry Compensation & Benefits Report

compensation and benefitsThe 2020 Golf Industry Compensation & Benefits Report is an important service provided by the National Golf Course Owners Association to its members. The report is designed to allow golf courses throughout the country to easily compare compensation levels and benefit policies with their peers, and the data will be aggregated in groupings so facilities can compare their own data to the results of similar operations.

The results will explain how changes in the golf landscape will affect our industry and will offer insights that can better help owners and operators develop a compensation and benefits plan moving forward. When you share your data, you'll improve the quality of the final report for your owner and operator peers. All data is kept confidential and reported directly to Industry Insights.

NGCOA members will receive (electronically) the entire 2020 Golf Industry Compensation & Benefits Report complimentary as part of membership. Multi-course members will also receive a complimentary customized report comparing facilities with other MCO facilities.

The report will be produced by Industry Insights and sponsored by Deluxe. For more information on the survey or the report, please contact Jay Andersen, NGCOA Director of Membership, at or 843-471-2736.


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