Economic impact of golf in the United States by segment 2000-2016

The statistic shows the size of the core segments of the golf economy in the United States from 2000 to 2016. In 2016, the golf facility operations segment had an estimated size of 34.42 billion U.S. dollars.

Size of the core golf economy by industry segment in the United States from 2000 to 2016 (in million U.S. dollars)*

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Release date

April 2018



Survey time period

2000 to 2016

Supplementary notes

* Segments:

Golf Facility Operations:
Green fees & member dues, food & beverage, lessons, schools, camps, rentals

Golf Course Capital Investment:
Irrigation installation, infrastructure improvements, course renovations, clubhouse renovations, equipment/golf car purchases, new course construction

Golfer Supplies:
Soft goods, apparel, hard goods, books & magazines

Media, Tournaments, Associations & Charities:
Player endorsements, tournaments, associations, television, charities

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