The industry got a dose of good news to start the 2022 season when the National Golf Foundation reported female golfers were the fastest-growing segment since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020
As seen in Golf Business September/October 2022 By Scott Kauffman, Contributor, Golf Business Magazine: Since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak in Spring 2020, U.S. golf facility owners and operators have been one of the few positive beneficiaries of the pandemic, realizing unprecedented growth in nearly all facets of golf.
Seeing participation turbo-charged by a coronavirus makes the industry’s best-laid plans pale in significance
And yes, the ranks of Americans in that 16-64 age group also have been diminished by the hundreds of thousands of coronavirus deaths
Golf’s performance during the past two years, impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic has had many clubs and owners asking if now is the time to sell
Taylor White, Senior Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP will discuss these concerns and cover the best practices for addressing them, including considerations and requirements under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, as well as general information regarding potentially applicable state and local laws and ordinances
By Ronnie Miles, Director of Advocacy, NGCOA The Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance for employers claiming the Employee Retention Credit under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) modified by the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020 (Relief Act)
After a string of years averaging 32,000 rounds annually, the facility fought through its seven-week coronavirus closure last spring to get to 34,000-plus rounds in 2020.
But once the coronavirus pandemic set in, more courses began expressing interest and ordering his igloos made of cold and UV-tolerant polyvinyl chloride or PVC