TaylorMade, a golf equipment maker, has established a tournament in which the winner would receive a year’s worth of golf membership. The tournament, which anybody can enter via the company’s website, will also provide the winner a fitting experience for a set of TaylorMade 2022 Stealth irons, in addition to complimentary rounds for a year.
The competition’s start comes at a good moment for golfers, who are worried about growing membership rates. Over the previous two years, the Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on practically every aspect of life, including an upsurge in the number of people taking up golf. However, the rise in popularity has resulted in an increase in pricing, as revealed by a recent Members and Proprietary Golf Club Survey. Some golf clubs in the United Kingdom still have modest membership fees. However, it is feared that they will go extinct in the near future. Membership fees aren’t the only thing that’s gone up in price; pay and play expenses have also risen dramatically in the previous year.
With the general cost of living rising, many individuals are concerned that golf will become unaffordable for them. Golfers are looking for cost-cutting strategies to help mitigate the effects. Playing outside of peak season and taking advantage of twilight pricing are two examples. While these are clearly beneficial, they can only partially alleviate the problem.
TaylorMade’s competition, as a result, couldn’t have arrived at a better moment. It is completely free to enter, and all participants must do is fill out an online form to be eligible to win.
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