UK Golf Retail Sales – Quick Market Update for the end of 2020

Well at last we have got through what most will consider as one of the worst years – unless you sell PPE that is. As it stands Golf proved its health benefits and turned out to be rather popular again. With all the ups and downs we have now complied the overall data for 2020 and the news is pretty good – value was only down 10.7%.

No surprises we are not up – it was almost an impossible task to loose nearly 16 weeks of the year and not expect some negative impact. However some are up and up a lot. Others are down but not as bad as it could have been. Here’s a quick video with some highlight numbers. 

UK Golf Retail Sales Market Update for August 2020

Since lockdown the Golf market has performed very well – courses have been full and people have been reconnecting with the game. In July Golf Datatech recorded their biggest ever month of sales in their UK retail audit.  To follow that up – August has become the second largest month on record.  

Here is a quick Golf retail market update on the numbers for August 2020 and how they compare to 2019.

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UK Golf Retail: Market Overview 2019

2019 bit the dust and what a year it was. With all the political ups and downs, it would have been hard to come up with the script.

So how would we describe the Golf market in 2019?  In footballing parlance, I think it would be “a season of two halves”.

The first half saw the market get off to a roaring start. In March, we were over 7% up YTD and things were looking good. May was okay but then it all started to unravel the following month: one of the worst Junes for a long time which saw 80% more rain than average. We hoped this was a blip but, little did we know, it was a sign of things to come. Continue reading “UK Golf Retail: Market Overview 2019”