City of San Diego Park and Recreation Golf Business Plan
The City of San Diego Park and Recreation Golf Business Plan is full of exciting plans over the next few years. With plans for capital improvement projects and a newly appointed marketing position for the three golf courses, the city understands that the golf industry has changed dramatically changed over the last decade. Click CONTINUE READING to see the complete report.
The business plan delivers findings of the NGF about the golf industry in San Diego:
Over the last several years, the same NGF report notes the number of golfers in the San Diego region has remained relatively constant. During th is same time period several existing golf courses with previously private or restricted access have changed their policies to allow public play. This has resulted in an increased number of golfing facilities competing for the same limited number of public rounds. Two of the most recent facilities that have opened their courses for public play, in 2011, include: Miramar Memorial (18hole) and Admiral Baker (36hole) military golf courses. As a result of the increase in supply and the general stagnation in demand, most daily fee golf courses in the San Diego region have struggled to attract and retain golfers. Today’s golfers are seeking the best price, and they are willing to play any available course to get the best value. Golf facilities have had to become creative due to this increased competition.
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