WIN £200 golf merchandise vouchers in R&A's new survey

The R&A has teamed up with leading independent research agency Sports Marketing Surveys to further understand how people are engaging with golf during the pandemic...

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Wed, 14 Oct 2020

Fancy winning £200 of golf merchandise vouchers? Of course you do. To be in with a chance of being the one lucky winner of this prize draw, simply take this survey that has been put together by The R&A and leading independent research agency Sports Marketing Surveys (SMS). 

The year of 2020 has been a unique one to say the least, and golf's governing body is keen to understand the experience of every type of golfer during the coronavirus pandemic - whether that be existing, returning or new to the sport. 

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Both The R&A and SMS and keen to further understand how people are now engaging with golf during COVID-19, as well as explore the opportunities and challenges that may lie ahead for the game. 

To take part in this survey and give yourself a chance of being the lucky winner of £200 golf merchandise vouchers, please CLICK HERE

Questions in the R&A survey range from your golfing background and initial thoughts of the game prior to the coronavirus lockdown, to what your local club has been like since your return and whether or not your experiences have changed for the better or worse? 

Please be assured that the information you provide will remain confidential throughout the entire survey. 

Golf rounds have seen a huge increase across the United Kingdom since golf courses re-opened to the public during the lockdown in May.

New preliminary figures from the Sports Marketing Surveys (SMS) 'Rounds Played Monitor' indicate a third straight month of dramatic growth in the number of golf rounds being played in Great Britain.

Following jumps of 61% in June and just over 40% in July, there is still no sign of any regression to the mean. In fact, early indications are that the average number of rounds played per course in August rose by more than 60% compared to 2019.



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