According to a recent survey conducted by the National Association for Catering and Events, more than 42% of professionals said that business would increase, while 28% said that levels will be about the same, and 19% said they would be lower. In the same survey, 47% also said that corporate event business for 2017 would be higher than in 2016.
As public opinion continues to fluctuate on whether Donald Trump is the best candidate for the presidency, research consultancy firm Brand Keys has found that Trump’s golf club brand perception has been improved by his presidential bid, even as his brand power in other industries has faltered.
The International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2015 Food and Health Survey found that 36 percent of Americans cited “chemicals in food,” such as pesticide residues, as the most important food safety issue for them and their family, edging out “foodborne illness from bacteria.”
In a poll of 1,000 readers of Today’s Golfer, the majority of respondents said that dress codes are a problem for those looking to take up the game.
In a poll by Golf Development Wales, the majority of 2,000 players (most of whom were female) reported that a welcoming and friendly atmosphere is the number one reason to join a golf club for those who are new to the sport. A social program was particularly important to women, while the opportunity to get involved in competitions was important to men.