Big clubs could actually be the hardest off. Run a big tournament? Most tournaments are refunding most if not all of their registrations, and hotel/vendor revenues are also up in smoke. One event could bring in +$100k and that's all gone. Some clubs run multiple events in the spring so you could double or possibly triple that. $200k or so might be a drop in the bucket for a big company but for a small business that could be a death sentence. Tryouts for some clubs come with a fee. Say its $20 a player. At some big clubs say 400 players try out. $8k totally up in the air right now ballpark figure. That could be a months worth of facility payments or for a smaller club a months payroll. Most clubs also use registrations for next year to lay down deposits for programming. These registrations normally begin to come in May and almost immediately go out. With the uncertainty in the future I'm sure the smart clubs are pinching pennies now in order to be able to hit those deposits on time and ensure/ease their existence next year. I think between the lost revenue, expenses, and the total uncertainty of the future would have a big club sweating hard. The smaller clubs likely have a more immediate existential threat but the bigger clubs, carrying bigger expenses, have to be just as worried about their longevity. Cutting expenses now is the easiest way to ensure that. Can't cut facility payments or refunds, but you can layoff staff. They'll be the first to go.