En uppsats om hur golfklubbar kan anpassa sig till den individuella golfaren

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Högskolan i Halmstad/Sektionen för ekonomi och teknik (SET); Högskolan i Halmstad/Sektionen för ekonomi och teknik (SET)


Since 2005, the number of golf members in Swedish golf clubs has declined. This is a major problem for many golf clubs since it can lead to over establishment of golf courses. This essay is about how golf clubs in North West Skåne, the second golf densest area in the world, work to maintain their members. The sample consists of eight golf clubs which have been geographic delimited by a 30 km radius out of Helsingborg. The research is based on qualitative interviews with the manager of each golf club. The responds of each manager is underlying for the empiricism and analysis of the essay. The result of the research shows that golf clubs in the North West Skåne work in different ways to keep their members. A common feature is that there are no clear strategies or action plans. Every manager agrees that the needs of their existing members have not been prioritized the past years. However, they are convinced that they have to start taking care of their members needs more seriously. The essay finish up with a 10-stepmodel of how golf clubs should work to maintain their members, a model that also could be applied on other golf clubs, but only if the golf clubs individual condition is considered.

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