National Golf Foundation

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National Golf Foundation
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by Herb Graffis and Joe Graffis
CountryUnited States

The National Golf Foundation (NGF) 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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