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North America accounts for the largest market for golf equipment and accessories. The US is the preferred destination for all types of businesses and leading in terms of trade. Country accounted for the highest percentage of global golf participation rate and retail sales of golf supplies. Recent macro economy changes affected the participation rate and forced to lower down future prediction of the industry as well.
There was a fall in number of golfers in 2010 by 3.32% to ~ million due to fall in number of core golfers by 3.60% from ~ million in 2009 to ~ million in 2010. During 2011, economy uncertainty, rising unemployment and bad weather conditions accounted for fall in golf course visitors and so as golf course revenues. Overall golf course visitors again fell 0.76% in 2011. In the US, the largest number of golfer’s come under the age group of 30-49 while slowly golf is gaining popularity among younger generation.
The present report on “The US Golf Participation Equipment Demand and Forecast” provides a detailed study on the US golf environment and future prospects for investors. The report has assessed the industry performance in terms of participation rate, equipments demand including industry trends/developments, macro economy environment and growth drivers in the study. Future forecasting aids to understand expected growth/fall in the demand and reasons behind change. The report also covers the profiles of major players in the market and their expansion strategies.
Key points for consideration:
1. Golf Industry Performance Worldwide
1.2. Global Golf Equipment Demand and Economy
2. The US Golf Industry Overview
2.1. Industry Segmentation
3. Industry Performance
3.1. Golf Course Revenues
3.2. Golf Supplies/Equipment Market
3.3. The US Golf Supply/Equipment Industry Forecast
3.3.1. Cause and Effect Relationship
4. US Golf economy
4.1. Number of Golfers
4.2. Rounds Played
4.3. Golf Facilities in the US
4.3.1. Golf Course Closures
5. Golf Industry Trends and Developments in the US
6. The US Macro Economy Factors and Impact over Golf Industry
6.1. Population Growth and Golf Participants
6.2. The US Economy, Contribution of Golf Industry
6.3. Personal Disposable Income (Historical and Present Performance)
7. US Golf Industry Driving Forces
8. Industry Competition
8.1. Types of Players
8.2. Company Profiles
8.2.3. Sports Authority
9.3. Research Methodology
Data Collection Methods
Figure 1: Golf Economy Structure
Figure 2: The US Golf Industry Segments 2011
Figure 3: The US Golf Course Revenues (2006-2011)
Figure 4: Golf Equipment Revenues in the US (2006-2011)
Figure 5: The US Golf Clubs Market by Value (2006-2011)
Figure 6: Golf Balls Retail Sales in the US (2006-2011)
Figure 7: The US Golf Equipment Market Forecast (2011-2016)
Figure 8: The US Golf Clubs Market Forecast (2011-2016)
Figure 9: Total Number of Rounds Played in the US (2006-2010)
Figure 10: Total Number of Golf Facilities in the US (2000, 2005&2010)
Figure 11: The US Golf Course Closures (2006, 2007 & 2010)
Figure 12: Total Population in the US (2000-2010)
Figure 13: The US GDP at Current Prices (2000-2010)
Figure 14: Personal Disposable Income in the US (2000-2010)
Figure 15: The US inflation, Average Consumer Prices in % (2007-2015F)
Figure 16: The US Golf Participants by Age in 2010
Figure 17: Golf Participation by Working Group 2011
Figure 18: Incremental Rounds Played by Aging Population in the US (2006-2015)
Table 1: The US Export of Golf Balls to Countries Worldwide in 2009 by Value
Table 2: Relation between independent factors and the US Golf Industry
Table 3: Total Number of Golfers in the US (Age 6+) (2006-2011)
Table 4: Change in Number of Rounds Played by States in 2010
Table 5: Missouri Golf Equipment and Supplies Retail Sales (2009-2011)
Table 6: Number of Top Golf Courses in the US (2010)
Golf Equipment, Golfers, Golf Facilities, Golf Rounds