Golf courses play through pandemic with business bump

British Columbia’s largest golf courses continued to grow significantly during the second year of the pandemic as they more than doubled their business from the previous year, according to data collected on BIV’s list of the province’s busiest public golf courses.

Over the past year, average rounds played increased 14.3 per cent to 62,963 in 2021 from 55,094 in 2020. This compared favourably with the 6.5 per cent growth recorded in 2021 from the 51,711 rounds played in 2019.

The median number of rounds played has closely tracked with the average, suggesting that, golf courses of all sizes are experiencing similar levels of growth.

No. 6 Langara Golf Course had

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