Will the golf ‘bubble’ burst? In January of this year, golf course green fees ‘slightly decreased’ compared to the previous year

The golf course green fee, which had soared to the ceiling due to the special coronavirus infection (Corona 19), showed a slight decline this year. 스포츠토토

On the 4th, golf reservation platform XGOLF announced January green fee statistics for golf courses nationwide from 2019 to 2023. According to the announcement, in January 2020, before the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) began in earnest, the average green fee for golf courses nationwide was 76,000 won on weekdays and 96,000 won on weekends.

Since then, domestic golf courses have enjoyed a boom, and in January of last year, the price rose to 122,000 won on weekdays and 149,000 won on weekends. Compared to January 2020, 61.2% on weekdays and 54.2% on weekends rose. The average green fee in January this year was 114,000 won on weekdays and 146,000 won on weekends. Compared to January of last year, it fell 6.5% on weekdays and 2% on weekends.

According to XGOLF, the decline in green fees was caused by concerns about the golf population leaving due to the economic recession and the notice on the designation of public golf courses that took effect on the 30th of last month. According to the notice of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the upper limit for public golf course fees is 188,000 won on weekdays and 247,000 won on weekends. An XGOLF official predicted, “The increase in green fees has decreased compared to previous years, and from the first half of this year, nationwide green fees will gradually decrease.”

An XGOLF official said, “The revision of the classification system for public golf courses has started in earnest this year, and we are checking the trend of changes in green fees at golf courses across the country.” will be oriented,” he said.