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SBD Global/November 7, 2012/Events and Attractions
New Research Shows Golf Gaining Popularity in Australia, Germany
Published November 7, 2012
GERMANS ALSO GOLFING: GOLFBUSINESSNEWS.com reported that new research has found that golfers from Germany and Scandinavia are "the most likely to have taken an int'l golf holiday" in the past 12 months. The survey, commissioned by Reed Travel Exhibitions, found that more than 85% of regular golfers in Scandinavia and Germany had taken a "non-domestic golf break" over the past year, compared to 79% of regular golfers in the U.K. and Ireland, and 70% in France. The findings also indicate German golfers "tend to stay the longest," averaging 7.5 days for golf breaks, compared to 7.2 for French golfers, 5.8 for Scandinavians and 5.7 for British and Irish golfers (GOLFBUSINESSNEWS.com, 11/6).