SLRG President Jon Last addressed members and guests of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) at their annual Partner Breakfast during the recent Golf Industry Show on Wednesday, February 7th in San Antonio, TX. Last provided highlights and implications of SLRG’s recently completed benchmark study with golf course architects, superintendents and facility operators. The research explored issues impacting golf course facility design, re-design and renovation. Highlights of key findings were distributed to assembled guests and media and are available for download, below.
Multiple SLRG studies on the consumer purchase journey across our verticals of concentration, have revealed that the adoption of social and digital marketing platforms are in many ways additive, rather than disruptive of traditional media. One implication for sports and leisure marketers is that this messaging fragmentation calls for broader and more targeted communications and […]Read More »
Compass Point’s Casey Alexander highlights SLRG findings in this comprehensive outlook for the year ahead in the golf equipment business.Read More »
Golf industry analyst JJ Keegan provides detailed observations from the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show, citing SLRG’s “New Paradigms for Golf Marketing” presentation as #1 on the list of top ten positive take-aways from the show. Download the report, here.Read More »
Highlights from the recent Golfer Research conducted with Golf Magazine/Golf.com, informed SLRG’s ninth annual consumer outlook breakfast, presented by SLRG President Jon Last at the PGA Merchandise Show on Wednesday, January 24th. This presentation examines three critical trends that will impact the golf market as we move into the 2018 season. Results were culled from surveys and depth interviews with over 2,000 active golfers as well as numerous additional golfer research conducted by SLRG over the past twelve months. Click the link for the presentation. More in depth results are also available on a custom basis. Please contact us for details.
In his January 2018 column, SLRG’s Jon Last speaks to how the integration of experiential and attitudinal data, through dashboards, can provide significant insights to sports marketers. I’ve often opined in this space that the intersection of big data and traditional marketing research can birth incredibly actionable insights. Several of our clients in the casino, […]Read More »