Golf Australia

One Golf

Adam Scott

Momentum is building around One Golf as the administration of golf in Australia moves towards a more streamlined, cost-effective model.

Golf Australia chief executive Stephen Pitt confirmed that five of seven states (including the Northern Territory) had now made in-principle commitments to a model that stands to benefit Australian golf by in excess of $3million annually.

One Golf will effectively bring all participating state and territory governing bodies under the Golf Australia umbrella, freeing up funding and resources to tackle the sport’s biggest grass-roots issues.

The independent analysis of the model conducting by KPMG, Bastion EBA and Gemba is available below:

One Golf Summary

One Golf Model (KPMG)

One Golf Commercial Partnership Analysis (Bastion)

One Golf Governance Model (Gemba)

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