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Golf Datatech: August 2020 Retail Golf Sales Up 32%

Just amazing in all of this bleak news that the numbers keep showing interest in the sport thanks to safety and increased time for participation.

From GolfDatatech and not one mention of how distance is inspiring this spike in purchases across all equipment categories.

Kissimmee, FL., September 21, 2020 … On the heels of the U.S. Open, golf’s second major of 2020, Golf Datatech, LLC, the golf industry’s leading independent market research firm for retail sales, consumer and trade trends, has announced that U.S. retail golf equipment sales for August 2020 were up nearly 32% over the same period in 2019, exceeding the previous all-time high August (2006), by 15%.
In total, U.S. golf retail equipment sales for August 2020 were $331 million, compared to August 2019, which were $251 million, and the previous record year of August 2006, which were $287 million.  Additionally, five equipment categories, set all-time records for August: balls, irons, wedges, bags and gloves. Overall, golf bags were the best performing equipment category in August, up 55% vs. August 2019, while YTD bag sales are up 5%.

Not $600 drivers? Sorry, I interrupted. Continue.

 “Golf Datatech started tracking golf equipment sales in 1997 and we have never seen a surge like what has happened in the summer of 2020, coming out of the worldwide shutdown from COVID-19,” said John Krzynowek, Partner, Golf Datatech, LLC. “While the overall 2020 U.S. retail golf equipment market is still down 4.1 % YTD from 2019,  this spike is nothing short of remarkable considering the game and business of golf was shut down for a good part of the spring season.”
Krzynowek adds, “The August sales record, which followed an all-time record month in July, is great news for the industry moving forward.  It indicates how popular golf is today, especially as an ideal social distancing activity.  Newcomers are coming into the game, existing golfers are playing much more, and  those who once played but left for a while are returning, which is the perfect combination to drive rounds played and spike equipment sales at retail.”

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