This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Figures for golf membership and numbers of people playing golf at municipal courses.'.

Name:
Martin Tighe 
 
Address:
 
 
If calling please ask for: Kenny 
E-mail:
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx
McKaig 01382 434577
 
Dear Sir/Madam 
Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – 20180221001   
I refer to your request of 21/02/2018
Section 17, of the of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 provides that Scottish public authorities are not 
obliged to comply with a request for information if the authority does not hold the information.
The Council does not hold records of the information you have requested, therefore we refuse your request.
However please see the link as follows which may be useful: http://www.golfdundee.com/about-us
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Figures for golf membership and numbers of people playing golf at 
municipal courses.
 
I am looking for the following information between 2012 and 2017 inclusive;
The number of municipal golf courses in your local authority area;
The number of annually payed memberships at municipal courses in your local authority area;
The split between junior, full and senior memberships;
The annual figures of people playing at municipal golf courses in your local authority area;
The split between junior, full and senior visitors.
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Yours faithfully
Kenneth McKaig 
Legal Manager