1. Achieve a distribution of women / girls and men / guys among the members of at least 35/65
In March 2019, the distribution was 29/71 for seniors and 19.7 / 80.3 for juniors. (Compare to March 2016 – 30.8 / 69.2 for seniors and 19.4 / 80.6 for juniors.)
2. Create a culture where well-being and joy are as important as competition and achievement
It has been proven difficult to measure this issue. Measurement of the related question whether one feels included in the club was done in a Players 1st 50/50 survey in 2016 and 2019 and is reported here. Women’s perception of whether they feel included in the club has increased from 73 to 74. Men’s perception has remained unchanged at 74.
3. Make it easier for members to find golf buddies
Stufy of how easy it is to find golfing buddies was done in Players 1st 50/50 survey in 2016 and 2019. Women’s perception of how easy it is has increased from 73 to 77. Men’s perception has remained unchanged at 76.
4. Maintain equal distribution of women and men in the Board and Election Committee, ie. 40-60% of each sex
In March 2019, the distribution was 28.6 / 71.4 in the Board and 40/60 to the Election Committee. (Compare in March 2016 – 57.1 / 42.9 in the Board and 40/60 in the Election Committee).
5. The number of women who are active members (except for green fee members) amounted to 391 in March 2016 and will increase to 450 in March 2020
In March 2019, the number of women who are active members was 377.
6. The number of girls who are active members in March 2016 was 21 and will increase to 50 in March 2020
In March 2019, the number of girls who are active members was 26.
7. When conducting surveys at the club, NPS (Net Promoter Score) should amount to at least 80 when answering women's question whether they can recommend the golf club to a golfing friend or similar
EValuation of NPS is carried out on a yearly basis in the Players’ 1st membership survey and at the end of 2019 amounted to 65 for women. (Compare to men’s NPS, which amounted to 45). Comparative value is missing for 2016, when companies with other ways of measuring conducted the surveys. Instead, compare NPS for 2017, which amounted to 71 for women and 67 for men.