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What is Syngenta Growing Golf?

For more than 30 years Syngenta has been a market leader in the global golf industry, creating innovative turf management solutions for golf courses in 43 countries.

As an industry leader, we care not only for the health, quality and consistency of your golf courses, we care about the health of the game itself and the industry’s long-term business sustainability.

This is why Syngenta has been investing in golf from the ground up, producing groundbreaking global market research, and delivering valuable industry insights in an effort to help golf unlock it's true potential.

Let’s grow the game together.

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What is Syngenta Growing Golf?

For more than 30 years Syngenta has been a market leader in the global golf industry, creating innovative turf management solutions for golf courses in 43 countries.

As an industry leader, we care not only for the health, quality and consistency of your golf courses, we care about the health of the game itself and the industry’s long-term business sustainability.

This is why Syngenta has been investing in golf from the ground up, producing groundbreaking global market research, and delivering valuable industry insights in an effort to help golf unlock it's true potential.

Let’s grow the game together.

LATEST NEWS


Keep up to date with the latest news from the Growing Golf campaign and our close partners.

Virtual Women's Golf Day

Women's Golf: a $35 billion

It’s Women’s Golf Day. Is now the time to make real change?

Jim Croxton opportunity

Golf's new opportunity to grow

A huge rise in the value of the outdoors could see new people turning to golf.

Jay Karen Tee Times

3 factors now influencing tee time sales

Has the Covid-19 pandemic influenced courses to rethink tee time sales?

 

FEATURES


Our immersive multimedia features are an in-depth look at issues facing the golf industry, providing real-world examples, research based insights and expert opinions on some of the most salient topics in modern golf.

PGA Catalunya Resort 13th

New value of golf's green spaces

What's driving a surge in demand for golf? Might its environment hold the answers...

Woman with mental health issues

Golf saved my life

How could golf could be an antidote to today's mental health crisis?

Club Membership sign

Is club membership dead?

Is the club membership model dying – or can clubs on both sides of the Atlantic evolve...

INSIGHTS


These infographic articles are based on market-leading research from around the globe, highlighting important information and providing practical tips to those looking to grow the game and increase participation.

Golf's Doorstep Challenge

When taking up a new sport, women are more influenced by the proximity of a facility...

Female Junior Multiplier Effect

Unleashing a new wave of junior golfers

Syngenta’s global golf market research has revealed that attracting more younger women...

How can golf venues engage women in 2019

Research from the USA has revealed that spending on experiences is growing...

GAME-CHANGERS


These stories and interviews are a celebration of those at the forefront, pushing the boundaries and evolving the game in order to reach a more modern and diverse audience.

Gil Hanse Short Courses

Creating fun experiences

Olympic golf course architect Gil Hanse explains why short courses appeal to all...

Custodians of green spaces

Custodians of green spaces

Golf courses’ wellbeing benefits are undersold, says a leading superintendent.

Why public community courses matter

Why public community courses matter

As “head care-giver” (owner) of a public facility in Oceanside, California, John...

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Report: The Global Economic Value of Increased Female Participation in Golf

 

Syngenta's groundbreaking global study into female golf participation revealed that prospective female players could add $35 billion (£28 billion) to the global golf economy, yet women currently account for just 24% of golfers worldwide. To see the full report with powerful insights for the golf industry, click the link below.