National Golf Foundation

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National Golf Foundation
National Golf Foundation logo.png
Sport Golf
Founded 1936
by Herb Graffis and Joe Graffis
Country United States
Official website

The National Golf Foundation (of the United States) provides golf-business research and consulting services. Founded in 1936 by golf writer Herb Graffis and his brother Joe, who nearly went bankrupt in the process,[1] its original mission was to publish authoritative research useful to investors developing the game of golf. As of 2007 it had 6000 member companies.[2]


  1. ^ "World Golf Hall of Fame profile: Herb Graffis". World Golf Village. Retrieved 2007-05-12. 
  2. ^ "Company overview". National Golf Foundation. Retrieved 2007-05-12. 

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