|Geography Weather Impact Summaries|
Quantifies the impact of weather (positive, neutral, negative) on rounds demand each month and for the Year-to-Date (YtD) period at the national, 45 Pellucid weather-based regions and 61 Golf Datatech markets/states level. Clients rely on this series of reports to determine weather’s impact on their business or the industry across geographies rather than focusing on one particular facility. By contrasting to their business performance, they can determine whether the weather had a meaningful impact on their results and, if so, what portion of their performance can be attributed to weather (uncontrollable factor) vs. operations (controllable factor).
Provides the percent change in Golf Playable Hours (GPH), Pellucid’s basic building block of weather impact, aggregated from hourly data at individual facility level. We start with hourly weather factors over a 10-year period back from yesterday and apply Pellucid/Edgehill “rules” which include temperature, precipitation, daylight hours, windspeed etc. to quantify the number of golf playable hours that existed. From that basic building block, we produce the regional GPH variances at the heart of this report. By applying “rounds contribution” weights to the regional results, we produce the industry’s only national weather impact values. Key attributes of the report: