2011 Women Golfers Longitudinal Study
Category Archives: The Research
What would you think if we told you that a 5,600-yard course would be equivalent to an 8,400-yard course for the average man? How about an 11,200-yard course for Matt Kuchar ? If fair is defined as having to hit the same clubs to reach greens in regulation, that’s how the math works.
Many of today’s courses could benefit from tee adjustments. Any course built to the modern standard now often play at unsuitable yardages for almost everyone, with the back tees too short, and the middle and forward tees too long.
Feel like a course is too long for your game? Here’s what to do about it. (Hint: it involves your own tee box.)
How different should a course be for men and women. Use the 65% Solution as your rule of thumb.
What are the three burdens women cite as reasons they do not play golf? Cost, time and playing partners. The best news is, golf course owners can easily overcome all three of these burdens.
A comprehensive research study to guide the golf industry to meaningfully increase women’s golf participation and satisfaction.