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Danish Greenkeepers Conference Attracts Record Crowd

11.42pm 8th November 2016 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Wednesday, November 9th, 2016



Golf Business Consultant Eddie Bullock will be speaking at the Danish Greenkeepers Association (DGA) three day conference (15 – 17 November) in North Jutland. He will be delivering two sessions during the conference focusing on building high performance turf maintenance teams to enhance the golfer’s whole experience.

Eddie Bullock
Eddie Bullock

Martin Nilsson, Royal Copenhagen Golf Club, Chairman of DGA said, “We are delighted to include Eddie in our programme, following his success at the BTME Turf Manager Conference in Harrogate.”

Joining Eddie Bullock on the programme is Golf Course Architect Paul Jansen who will be speaking about golf course set-up and pace of play to enhance the joy of the game of golf. They will be giving their presentations to a record breaking crowd of Greenkeepers in Denmark.

“We’re 500 members in our Association and so to attract now more than a 100 of our colleagues in North Jutland is quite a feat nowadays,” explains Martin Nilsson, Chairman of the Danish Greenkeepers Association.

“It’s a tight and packed program we have prepared with many relevant Turf Management Presentations, but I’m sure that having Eddie and Paul speaking during Wednesday’s programme has been the big draw for our members. In this market, greenkeepers realizes that it’s not only Agronomy that decides if your business is successful or not. Eddie and Paul are experts on this and that’s why our members are coming.”

Danish Greenkeepers Association

Eddie Bullock

Paul Jansen

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