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KPMG research reveals upturn for golf courses

Golf courses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa experienced an upturn in business in 2011, according to new research compiled by KPMG.

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Irish golf courses among most profitable in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Golf courses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa experienced an upturn in business in 2011, according to new research compiled by KPMG’s golf advisory practice.

Of the 380 golf course owners and operators surveyed, more than half reported more rounds played and higher revenues in 2011 compared to 2010.

It is the first time since the onset of the economic downturn in 2008 that the annual survey has returned positive results.

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