Member Club Facts and Figures (Nationally)
80 percent of CMAA members’ clubs are golf and country clubs.
11 percent of CMAA members’ clubs are city clubs.
4 percent of CMAA members’ clubs are yacht clubs.
65 percent of CMAA members’ clubs are IRS classified tax-exempt 501(c)(7) organizations.
Gross revenues equaled $14 billion for all clubs in 2006.
Food and beverage revenues equal $4.5 billion.
The average club income is $5.18 million.
Clubs employ more than 289,821 employees.
Club payrolls equal just over $4 billion.
Club Outreach Programs Clubs raised $367 million for charities in 2006.
In 2006, clubs raised a total of $6.4 million in student scholarships.
Most of CMAA’s 50 chapters sponsor scholarship funds.
Economic Impact of Clubs
The average club spends $1.05 million in the local community.
The average club spends $1.2 million within the state as a whole.
Overall, club operations generate $6.21 billion for state economies around the country.
A typical club pays $150,773 in property taxes.