One of the messages that the National Allied Golf Associations and its provincial associates will be trying to get across in a government lobbying effort in April (see Hutch’s Blog) is the economic impact of golf.
Tax revenue raised through golf, the number of Canadians it employs and charitable funds raised through the game will be among the topics raised as the game seeks to familiarize government officials with some of the issues it faces.
Apparently, Canada isn’t the only place where golf has a big impact on the economy. PGA.com reports the game also has a significant impact in Georgia.
For more on that, click here.