The Municipal Golf Institute will include over 9 hours of highly interactive educational content including the following sessions.
NGF Consulting Director Richard Singer will talk about the important role that municipal golf has played, and will continue to play, in communities across America.
Joe Beditz presents the most-up-to-date research on the overall health of the golf industry.
NGF's Ed Getherall presents a discussion focused on the state of municipal golf as a segment of the overall golf industry.
Joe Beditz introduces new NGF research on the current view of golf consumer segmentation.
Joe Beditz talks about golf's biggest opportunity for growth - the 25 million people who are interested in taking up the game now.
Rich Richeson, PGA will lead the discussion on how to implement and execute strategies, initiatives and programming that result in effective player development.
This discussion panel of industry experts will address the challenge of increasing golf course rounds and revenue.
This discussion panel of industry experts will address the challenge of managing expenses at public golf courses without damaging the integrity of your facility.
This ASGCA session will cover a "big picture" view of renovations that can improve your facility and enhance the bottom line.
Richard Singer provides an overview of the basic options available to municipalities in operating golf courses.
Ed Getherall moderates this panel to review the basic privatized models of operation: leasing vs. management contract.
Ed Getherall moderates this panel to review why self-operation remains a viable alternative for municipal golf courses.