In the old days when pros owned the golf shops at most clubs, the foreclosure and bankruptcy rate exceeded that of real estate developers and used car lots
As seen in Golf Business May/June 2023 By Scott Kauffman, Contributor, Golf Business In the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, the private club business – predominantly bundled with residential real estate development – faced its toughest economic challenges ever as the ensuing recession crippled global capital markets and bankrupted some of the top clubs and real estate developments in the business
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By Harvey Silverman, Contributor, Golf Business | Silverback Golf Marketing Bop bop bop bop… Okay, now that I have Joni Mitchell’s classic song stuck in your head, the following story tells you why she must have been singing about golf courses. Duarte, CA, is a...
4-13-23 H2BWC Cap Letter to Hill-2.pdf
By Eric Dixon, GCS Class A Golf Club Reserves, RS, Managing Member Florida Turfgrass Association Golf course owners face many challenges in managing their properties. One of the most important is ensuring that the course is properly maintained and that capital improvements are...