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Golf Statistics 2023: Facts about Golf outlines the context of what’s happening in the tech world.

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Top Golf Statistics 2023

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Golf “Latest” Statistics

  • In 2022, more than one-third of the U.S. population over the age of 5 played golf (on or off the course), watched golf on television or online, read about the game, or listened to a podcast on golf. This increased by 13% year over year.[1]
  • 20.8 Million individuals did not play golf on a golf course in 2022, but they are “extremely interested” in doing so.[1]
  • The industry has experienced nine consecutive years with more than 2 million newcomers, with the three most recent years exceeding 3 million.[1]
  • In 2000, when Tiger Woods was at the height of his fame, the previous record-high of 2,4 million was established. Retention and conversion of newcomers continue to be an industry priority and challenge.[1]
  • 37% of juniors currently are female, compared to 15% in 2000. Well than one-quarter of juniors are non-Caucasian, whereas only 6% of students were minorities twenty years earlier.[1]
  • 25% of golfers on the course are female. Females comprise a disproportionately larger share of beginners (41%), juniors (37%), and off-course players (41%), compared to the entire golf population.[1]
  • Since 2019, the number of female golfers has increased by 800,000, or 14%.[1]
  • The pool of potential golfers has grown by 40% during the past five years, due in part to the rise and popularity of off-course golf.[1]
  • Despite a decline of approximately 4% from 2021’s record high, 2022 still rates among the top four years for U.S. play.[1]
  • The 2022 rounds total was 13% more than the five-year, pre-pandemic average from 2015-2019.[1]
  • Around 75% of golfing facilities are accessible to the general public.[1]
  • Almost 16,000 Golf Courses and 14,000 Golf Facilities existed in the United States by the end of 2022.[1]

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