Rounds of GOLF year-to-date in the US through August remain below 2004 levels (down 0.8%) after operators posted a slight decline of 0.3% for the month of August. Data was reported by 1,661 golf facility operators around the country on a same-store basis. (Same-store rounds means, for example, that only facilities reporting rounds for both August 2005 and August 2004 are included in results.)
With nearly two-thirds of responding Central/South Florida operators citing more play days in 2005 vs. 2004, the region posted the best performance in August, up 12.8%.
Public facilities fall into one of three categories based on peak season weekend green fees with cart: Premium (High) - Above $70 Standard (Middle) - $40-$70 Value (Low) - Below $40 Fore
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Continuing to expand its color-coded equipment line to bring the right fit to kids and excitement to the juniors market, U.S. Kids Golf has added Yellow, Lime and Mango systems.
The additions give USKG eight color systems to match kids' height, strength and experience levels. As part of the latest product introductions, USKG is reintroducing its Green system with a new cavity back design for irons and adding a Yellow line for boys. To complete its girls' line introduced last spring with Pink and Lavender, the company is adding two new options: Lime and Mango clubs that match the specifications of the Green and Yellow sets, respectively.
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