The Michigan golf industry is well down the path of recovery and looks to tee off another strong season this year, reports Mibiz.com.
The site reports, “The industry’s recovery is especially being felt in Michigan, where the number of rounds played last year increased nearly 11 percent compared to 2011, according to data compiled by the PGA of America. Michigan courses’ performance outstripped their national peers, which posted a 6-percent increase in rounds played last year.
“That’s got industry sources bullish for this year’s prospects, too.
“’The golf business in Michigan will get better as the general economy gets better,’ said Jeff Hoag, owner of Scott Lake Country Club in Comstock Park and president of the Michigan Golf Course Owners Association.”
THe complete article can be found here.