According to respondents in the current GNN Poll, their compensation over the past five years in the golf industry has remained mostly flat, with some movement up or down. The majority, or 37 per cent, said flat, while another 33 per cent said they’d seen steady improvement and 15 per cent said their compensation had decreased. Thirteen per cent said it was significantly down, with just two per cent responding that they had made significant gains. You can still cast your vote on the GNN home page … The PGA Tour of Canada, formerly the Canadian Tour, will not have an event in Gatineau, Que., this year because of potential impact on another event, the Great Waterway Classic, according to this story from Gord Holder of the Ottawa Citizen … Three men promoting a sports and educational complex, including two golf courses, in British Columbia have been accused of illegally selling shares and defrauding investors, according to this story in the Vancouver Sun by David Baines … You’ve read several GNN stories recently about an apparent rise stolen golf carts and specialty insurance broker Signature Risk Partners has developed the Stolen Cart Online Registry as a way of tracking stolen carts from various manufacturers. For more on that, click here.
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