Showcase your #GolfIsGood photos!
Did You Know?
California’s golf courses are a valuable asset to local communities and the state.
California Golf Industry Economic Impact
The game of golf in California provides $13.1 billion in impact to the state economy.
California Golf Industry Employment
Golf courses employ more than 128,000 individuals in California.
California Golf Industry Employee Wages
California golf courses pay approximately $4.1 billion in wages annually.
California Golf Industry Charitable Giving
Annual charitable giving attributed to golf in California through tournaments and other fundraisers is $364.6 million.
California Golf Industry Water Footprint
Golf courses use less than 1% of the potable water supply in California.
Information provided courtesy of the California Golf Course Owners Association.
Read the Golf is Good press release here.
Join the #GolfIsGood Campaign!
Connect with us on social media! Tag CGCOA with your #GolfIsGood hashtag!
Use the hashtag #GolfIsGood
You can also send us your photos to email@example.com!
Arcadia Golf Course is getting in the Golf is Good spirit by placing a display on EACH of their dining area tables! Thank you to Arcadia Golf Course for helping to spread the word that Golf is Good.
Show us your Golf is Good spirit by sending your display photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or posting on social media with the hashtag #GolfIsGood, and we’ll promote your course on our social media! #GolfIsGood
Dos Lagos Golf Course, professionally managed by Touchstone Golf, displays their Golf is Good placard.
Brookside Golf Course at the Rose Bowl, proudly managed by American Golf, shows its Golf is Good support.
Heartwell Golf Course in Long Beach (left) with a colorful setup for its Golf is Good display.
What should you post using hashtag #GolfIsGood?
Pictures of families and/or kids having fun at your course
Details of a charitable tournament held at your course
A recycling or conservation program
Pictures of wildlife, bees, etc. on your course
A gorgeous golf landscape photo
Details of other activities on your course (e.g., movie nights, “fun runs” open to the public, concerts on your course, etc.)
Anything else community-oriented that sheds a positive light on golf to the public!