October 3, 2022

Golf courses across Stark County are getting more business in 2022

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Sue Snode, business manager at Tannenhauf Golf Club in Alliance, seen here in August 2020 during competition in the Federal League Preseason Tournament, said more people in their 20s and 30s are coming to the golf course than ever before.

Ryan Johnson started playing golf less than a year ago. Already, he prefers hitting the range in his free time.

For his 19th birthday last month, his parents bought him new golf clubs. And his social media feeds are filled with golf content. 

“I’ve recognized and noticed a lot more people coming out to golf,” said Johnson, of Jackson Township. “I know a bunch of my friends have been asking to golf and stuff like that a lot more often than we would have in the past.”

Johnson and his friends are among the many people who started playing the sport in recent years, a movement that is evident at golf courses across Stark County where parking lots are full, tee times are booked and business is booming. 



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