Golfers Boost Business in Columbia County

Teeing Up Revenue: How the Augusta National Women’s Amateur Boosts Businesses in Columbia County

The Augusta National Women’s Amateur is currently in its fifth year, bringing two weeks of golf and increased attention to Columbia County. The tournament is shining a spotlight on local businesses, from coffee shops to restaurants, as visitors flock to the area. This surge in visitors has resulted in more revenue and new customers for these establishments.

Businesses like Ironwood Tavern and Vampire Penguin are experiencing a surge in customers, with employees excited about the increase in business and the opportunity to meet new people. Ironwood Tavern, located just minutes away from the course, has learned to prepare better each year, ordering extra supplies to accommodate the influx of patrons. Rooted Coffee, a popular spot for morning pick-me-ups, is seeing a steady stream of golf enthusiasts grabbing a drink or snack before hitting the course.

The increased business is not only beneficial for the businesses themselves but also enhances the experience for the patrons. They get to enjoy a taste of the local offerings while attending the tournament in Columbia County. This exposure has helped put Columbia County on the map as a destination for golf enthusiasts and other visitors alike.

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