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For February 2014, rounds played were down 4.8 percent and days open were down 17.9 percent, according to PGA Performancetrak. February 2014 had the second lowest number of days open and the second lowest number of rounds played since PerformanceTrak's inception. However, February 2014 had the highest average rounds played per day open in nine years (85.5 rounds per days open).

Although rounds played and days open were down again this month, gross golf fee revenue was up (+1.9 percent), according to the research findings. Additionally, food and beverage revenue was up 5.3 percent, Total Facility Revenue was up 1.3 percent and Merchandise revenue fell 5.3 percent for the month.

YTD February 2014 rounds played were down 5.7 percent and days open were down 16.8 percent. There were ten states with YTD 2014 rounds played increases. Hawaii, Massachusetts and Connecticut reported fewer days open versus February 2013. Additionally, out of the 32 states with decreases in rounds played, thirteen of these had more rounds played per day open this month compared to February 2013.