There is very little chance that functions are coming back in a big way this year. Restaurants and bars will be under financial pressure. But the demand for golf is just going to get greater. Are we re-thinking our model? 
 
 
 
 
If your management asked you how do YOU reduce the number of golfers leaving the game or the number of golfers resigning their membership, where would you start?

 
 
Would you start by looking at the condition of the course, the quality of the locker room, the event schedule, the cost of membership or rounds, the competition in the area? Or would you start by looking at the “consumer”? Why are they leaving, and is it possible to identify a golfer / member exhibiting the potential to leave?
 
 
 

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