Club Services: Economic Impact Study

The MGA, through a collaboration with the Alliance of Massachusetts Golf Organizations (AMGO) has conducted an Economic Impact Study on the golf industry in the Bay State.

The Massachusetts Golf Economy
Published in 2014

The study collected data from the 2012 calendar year and focused on key impact areas such as job creation, tourism and hospitality, charitable giving, and environmental protection, among others.

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The Economic Impact Study indicated that the golf industry in Massachusetts is robust, creating a total economic impact of $2.7 billion. Some key figures were in the areas of: Employment: 25,500 jobs providing $796.8 million in wage income

Tourism & Hospitality: $366.7 million fed into the state economy through golf-related tourism and hospitality

Charitable Giving: $74.3 million given back through golf-related nonprofit organizations, including the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund, Jimmy Fund Golf, The First Tee, among many others

Environmental Protection: 91% of the acreage on a golf course is green space that provides benefits to the surrounding ecosystem

In the spring of 2015, AMGO, in collaboration with Golf 20/20 will conduct a 'Massachusetts Golf Day' at the State House, where we will promote the study's findings to legislators and the general public.

MGA Noteworthy

  • State Day Alert: Massachusetts Golf Day will take place at the State House in April. More details will be available soon.

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