Arizona Alliance for Golf (AAG) unifies local allied associations, non-profits, private industry and consumers to speak with one voice for the purpose of protecting Arizona’s golf industry by educating the broader community, policymakers and governmental agencies about issues shaping the future of golf in Arizona.
Of the misconceptions about golf and conservation, the belief that maintenance crews waste water couldn’t be further from the truth. In this video Scottsdale golf course agronomists discuss conservation-minded practices that harness science and technology for the good of the game and the communities it serves.
In 2021, Arizona’s golf industry produced $6 billion in economic activity while only using 2% of daily statewide water to serve 16.6 million golf rounds. This supported nearly 66,200 jobs, provided $2.3 billion in wages and generated $518 million in state and local tax revenues.
Golf is good for everyone. It supports clean air, fresh water and biodiversity. It’s good for the heart, mind and overall wellbeing. Golf is a game for life that teaches kids character, and it adds $6 billion a year to AZ economy using 2% water. Golf drives millions to charities and connects generations.
Learn more about the many great stories the game of golf has to tell, from heartwarming pieces to the latest water conservation headlines. They include colorful tales of wounded warriors taking up a new “battle” against par, huge charity checks and much more.