Golf Courses in California As Modern Agricultural Enterprises

Templeton, Scott R., David Zilberman, and Mark S. Henry

from ARE Update Vol. 13, No. 3, Jan/Feb, 2010

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Abstract

Golf courses are producing a “high value agricultural crop” as the economic benefits per acre are higher
than for most crops. The consumption activities related to golf generates $1.15 of value added for every dollar of revenue generated in the golf course.

Keywords

economic benefits of golf courses

Citation

Templeton, Scott R., David Zilberman, and Mark S. Henry. "Golf Courses in California As Modern Agricultural Enterprises." ARE Update 13(3)(2010):9-11. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.
http://giannini.ucop.edu/publications/are-update/issues/2010/13/3/golf-courses-in-californi/