The Municipal Benchmark Study will analyze the financial performance of municipal golf courses and Greenlight will produce a benchmark report for all participants based on the data. Golf Inc. will publish a story on the findings in its November/December issue and will also hold a session at the Golf Inc. Strategies Summit to discuss the findings.
The Golf Inc. Strategies Summit is scheduled for Sept. 20-22 at La Quinta Resort in La Quinta, Calif. and participants in this benchmarking study will be given a free pass to attend the conference after they have completed their data submission.
Jack Crittenden, President and Editor in Chief of Golf Inc. stated that “While some municipalities have been criticized in recent years for poor course financial performance, we know that the story is far more complicated. This study should help tell that story, and provide a recipe for success for study participants.”
All municipal, state, and federal golf courses to participate in the study at no cost. Founded by CPAs, Greenlight’s service is trusted by golf course operators across the country who submit their data and receive a confidential 40-metric benchmark each quarter.
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