Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 562

View: 549

Learn how environmentally sound principles & practices are applied to the development & management of golf courses. The 68 articles in this collection discuss environmental benefits, environmental programs, financial & economic issues in course development, course design, legal issues, wildlife preservation, & water & wetlands issues. Many environmentally friendly courses are profiled. Some of the more specialized subjects covered are: the AmerAquatic Bird Survey, environmental design work by various course architects, cactus forest transplanted, total ecosystems, biotechnology, a goose pond, drainage problems, IPM, managing endangered & threatened species, Environmental Steward Award, desalination, & irrigation of arid land. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Technology Trends in the Golf Industry

Make your facility a safer place for you and your employees with the information
contained here . ... ( 141 pp ) 99LB019 Employee Safety for the Golf Facility
Survey the latest information covering an important topic for the golf facility and its
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Category: Golf

Page: 334

View: 334


The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 109

View: 267

The many ways golf course development positively impacts & benefits the economy are seen through this collection of 59 articles. The broad topics which are studied here are: real estate enhancement, golf communities, retail sales factors, community assets, employment & work force factors, recreation, & charitable contributions. More specific subjects explored are: the National Amputee Championship, contribution to the tax base, courses built on former airports, landfills, & closed military bases, courses subsidizing the public coffers, S. Carolina study on golf's economic impact, & the impact of golf product manufacturers on the economy & employment. Many charity tournaments, auctions, festivals, & other fundraisers for charity are profiled. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Golf Ranges

Developing Your Career In the Golf Industry . . . . . The Economic Impact and
Benefits of Golf Course Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Employee Safety for the
Golf Facility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Employment Policies and Personnel Issues for Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 233

View: 437

Innovative developments are helping to grow the golf range segment of the golf industry. The 98 articles in this collection provide a broad view of the direction golf ranges are taking. Some of the topics covered are: range startup problems & costs, additional revenues, range design, golf domes, family golf, growth rates, opportunities for teaching pros, franchise operations, & the economics of range balls & equipment. Some specialized topics covered are: over-expansion, floating golf balls, license agreements, construction boom in golf ranges in Japan, night golf, the history of the golf range, GRRAA surveys, league golf, video golf instruction, netting & pole systems, virtual reality & laser targets, ball vending machines, & the top fifty ranges in America. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Operating Financial Performance Profiles of 18 hole Golf Facilities in the U S

Here are 52 articles covering a wealth of information about golf course design . ...
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility ( 116 pp ) 99LB024 ( Former Title :
Employee Safety ) Survey the latest information covering an important topic for
the golf ...

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Category: Golf courses

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Golf Course Management

But counsel for the Center for Food Safety , which filed the suit , hopes that
agriculture officials will change their practices . ... The agronomist will be a
GCSAA employee who will work closely with LPGA officials on issues relating to
general ...

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Category: Golf courses

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Increasing Your Pro shop s Bottom Line

99LB053 Clubhouse Design and Renovation ( 1995 , 1998 , 2001 ) 99 LB016
Computerizing Your Golf Facility ( 1995 ... 99LB014 The Economic Impact and
Benefits of Golf Course Development ( 1996 , 1999 ) .99LB036 Employee Safety
for ...

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Category: Golf equipment industry

Page: 69

View: 533

"NGF InfoPacs are a compilation of reproduced articles, reports, and studies relating to topics of interest to the golf industry ..." (Introduction).

Tournaments Events

99LB014 The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development ( 1996
, 1999 , update planned 2002 ) . . . . . . . 99LB036 Employee Safety for the Golf
Facility ( 1995 , 1998 ) . . 99LB024 Employment Policies and Personnel Issues for
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 64

View: 768

Updated 1998 Edition -- All New Articles. This collection of articles, covering the organization & management of tournaments & events, provides useful information on a variety of topics including: tournament development & operations, site planning, tournament sponsorship, rules & etiquette, charitable events, & recruiting players. Some specific topics include: celebrity golfers, participation, advertising, tournament gifts, Nitelite golf, picking a pro to participate in a group tournament, alternative events, WGA tournament packages, leagues, outings, marking the golf course, member-guest outings, weather-related rules, playing conditions, & standards applied to major championships. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Advertising and Promoting Your Golf Facility

99LB014 The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development ( 1996
, 1999 , update planned 2002 ) ..... 99LB036 Employee Safety for the Golf Facility
( 1995 , 1998 ) .99LB024 Employment Policies and Personnel Issues for Golf ...

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Category: Golf

Page: 85

View: 368


Golf Manager s Handbook

This publication was developed from the National Institute of Golf Management program co-sponsored by NGF & the Wheeling, WV Park Commission. This program has trained over 1,000 operators, managers, & staff members of golf courses.

Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 385

View: 490

This publication was developed from the National Institute of Golf Management program co-sponsored by NGF & the Wheeling, WV Park Commission. This program has trained over 1,000 operators, managers, & staff members of golf courses. It is a very practical compendium of information on golf management, managing profit centers, the golf business & the facility, & on managing employees & golf. Some of the subjects discussed in detail are: establishing fees, accounting, contracts, outsourcing, the golf shop, food & beverage operations, golf car operations, alternative profit centers, course design & remodeling, maintenance, security, employee safety, liability, meeting customer expectations, training personnel, tee reservation & starting services, pace of play, player development, tournaments/leagues/outings, & advertising & promotion. This compendium of information is the next best thing to attending the school.

The Golf Industry Online

Make your facility a safer place for you and your employees with the information
contained here . ... ( 141 pp ) 99LB019 Employee Safety for the Golf Facility
Survey the latest information covering an important topic for the golf facility and its
 ...

Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 170

View: 335

Updated 1998 Edition -- All New Articles. Many segments of the golf industry are moving rapidly into cyberspace. This collection of 99 articles covers electronic bulletin boards, the Internet, the World Wide Web, & other online networks. There is a list of golf related sites on the Web. How associations are using the Web is also reported. Some of the topics covered are: trademark interest in cyberspace, marketing on the net, the Turfgrass Information File, the Electronic "Clearinghouse", marketing on the net, GolfLink & lightning protection, interactive kiosks, golf contests on the Internet, connecting to the Internet, & recruiting online. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Job Safety Health

AFETY & HEACH 11 MACK KOOM by Gail M. Martin Going to work in a fantasy
setting doesn't cloak employees with ... Four hotels , a campground , kennel , and
golf course provide additional workplaces for the battalion of Disney employees .

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Category: Industrial hygiene

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View: 492


Successful Management Practices

99LB014 Accommodating Disabled Golfers Advertising and Promoting Your Golf
Facility The Best . ... Benefits of Golf Course Development ..99LB036 Employee
Safety for the Golf Facility ..99LB024 Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 209

View: 964

This collection of 76 articles provides insights into effective management in the golf industry. Topics include leadership, communication, motivation, strategic planning, decision-making, negotiating, time management, TQM & re-engineering. Some other articles deal with conducting meetings, human relations, incentive plans, adequate recognition of employees, cooperative buying plans, teamwork, handling disputes, managing volunteers, tournament operations, dealing with vendors, holding down maintenance costs, & dealing with workplace theft. |This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Developing New Players

Make your facility a safer place for you and your employees with the information
contained here . ... ( 141 pp ) 99LB019 Employee Safety for the Golf Facility
Survey the latest information covering an important topic for the golf facility and its
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Category: Golf

Page: 256

View: 598


Miniature Putting Courses

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 75

View: 951

Dramatic changes have occurred in the design, development, & use of miniature golf facilities & putting courses. Whether these are stand-alone facilities or integrated with other facilities, these centers have emerged as viable enterprises for entrepreneurs. This collection of 52 articles profiles some outstanding facilities & provides insights into recent developments. Some of the topics explored in depth are: golf domes, family recreation centers, mountainside-style layouts, Family Fun Centers, night golf, miniature courses on cruise lines, market saturation, profit centers, Putt-Modernism (a viewer-interactive art exhibition), replica holes, & the first Miniature Golf Course Survey. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Junior Golf

... In the Golf Industry The Economic linpact and Benefits of Golf Course
Development Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and
Personnel Issues for Golf Facilities Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses
Executive and Par ...

Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 159

View: 280

The effort to interest children & young adults in the game of golf is a global affair. Golf associations, businesses, & individuals play a role in the creation of programs & opportunities for junior golf. The 127 articles in this collection cover the following subjects: organizations, equipment, courses, programs, sponsors, & tournaments. Some of the subjects treated in-depth are: the AJGA, Kiwigolf, Hook-A-Kid-On-Golf, amateur rule changes, American Golf Junior Club, Pee-Wee Golf Day, charity tournaments to support junior golf, videos, beginner programs, the Junior Golf Learning Center, the Little Course at Golf House Tennessee, grants to support junior golf, programs for minority children, Young Golfers of America Association, Family Golf Association, Cayman Junior League, junior golf programs in Texas, & coaching tips. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

The Golf Industry in the U S

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 180

View: 644

Updated 1998 Edition -- All New Articles. The 59 articles in this collection present a comprehensive view of the golf industry in the U.S., specifically sales & marketing trends. Included are survey reports, state of the industry reports, annual reports, & business forecasts, reporting on sales data about player equipment, shoes, gloves, women consumers, apparel, turf equipment, & shopping. Information about golf-related stocks & investment trends is included, as are market shares & methods of marketing. Other articles include new customer tracking, consumer spending by age group, sales analysis, the fitness & sporting goods markets, & TV shopping. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Getting Minorities Into the Game of Golf

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Golf

Page: 166

View: 330

Learn more about the golf/minority connection. The 127 articles in this collection deal with: the role of minority associations & other organizations, grants & fundraising events to support minority involvement in the game of golf, minority golfers, programs for juniors & women, & problems & issues facing minorities & the golf industry. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Developing Positive Relationships with Members and Customers

... Golf Industry The Economic Impact and Benefits of Golf Course Development
Employee Safety for the Golf Facility Employment Policies and Personnel Issues
for Golf Facilities Environmentally friendly Golf Courses Executive and Par 3 Golf
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Author: National Golf Foundation

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 81

View: 690

Updated 1998 Edition -- All New Articles. Learn how to improve relations with club members & customers with this collection of 39 articles. It covers a range of topics including: accommodating customer needs, building customer loyalty, using newsletters & questionnaires, targeting audiences & dealing with member & customer grievances. Other specific topics include: a word-of-mouth marketing program, the presence & behavior of children, creating confidence & repeat business, discounts, dress codes, feedback & follow-up, improving sales to women, the personal touch, credit card use, value-added services, verbal abuse of employees by members, & attracting the next generation of golfers. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled & copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, & journals.

Golf Business and Management

plant facilities, process modifications, and the use of potentially hazardous
materials in the workplace. PING will strive to: • Provide the resources necessary
to implement appropriate environmental and safety programs and pollution
prevention ...

Author: Tim Breitbarth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317351584

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 961

Golf is big business around the world. With high profile series such as the PGA, LPGA and European tours to the re-introduction of golf to the Olympics at Rio 2016, golf occupies a prominent place in the global sport community. This is the first book to introduce the fundamentals of golf business and management from a truly international perspective, covering key topics such as media, club management, sponsorship and retail, at elite and non-elite levels. With sections exploring the development of golf on every continent, including North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, this book presents the latest thinking on current issues in golf, ranging from sustainability and innovation to global governance. Each chapter incorporates helpful features for students including learning objectives, discussion questions, guides to further reading, recommended websites and insights from industry voices. This book is essential reading for students of any golf-related degree course or professional accreditation programme, and will also be of interest to those studying or working in sport business, sport management and sport tourism. Underpinned by up-to-date literature, golf researchers will also find the book a useful starting point.