Golf leagues are extremely important to facilities and the main purpose is to create a community atmosphere where the club operators, league managers, and players all leave with smiles on their face.
For a golf facility, Leagues bring new players into the game and expose the course, create customer loyalty via memberships or green fees, increase food and beverage sales, and increase pro shop
revenue. There are many golf facilities that manage up to 3 or 4 leagues with another handful of independent leagues or weekly groups being hosted at the facility.
For league members, a golf league should be social yet competitive and add an element of game improvement through statistics and handicapping. Participants like to be treated with respect and deserve a wonderful experience each and every week of the season (break down the average amount of dollars spent per league player and ask yourself if they're receiving that value). Players of the league are slightly selfish and enjoy personal achievements therefore a season long game that rewards both individual and team is vital...