After a break of over 10 years, EIGCA is back with an exhibition stand at BTME in Harrogate 21-23 January 2020.
Continuing the Institute’s quest to spread awareness of the skills and capabilities of golf course architects and the role they have in safeguarding the future of golf, two members (Caspar Grauballe and Marc Westenborg) are presenting a one-day workshop on Sunday 19th January on the subject of ‘Renovating your golf course’. For more information and to book tickets click here.
On Wednesday 22nd an afternoon session on golf course architecture has four members taking part in panel discussions. Join Tom Mackenzie, James Edwards, Robin Hiseman and Paul Kimber, who will talk about their experiences of collaboration between architects, course managers and greenkeeping teams. For more information and to book tickets click here.
Jim Croxton, BIGGA Chief Executive Officer, told GBN, “I am thrilled that the EIGCA is taking a stand at BTME. Architects are an important part of the industry and this will provide a focal point for them and helps to demonstrate that BTME is a must-visit event for all those involved in golf course management and maintenance.
“We are also delighted that through our valued partnership with the EIGCA so many highly-qualified EIGCA members are taking an active part in our Continue to Learn programme ensuring our members fully understand the course management implications of course design and renovation.”
EIGCA Drinks Reception for Partners, Affiliates and Potential Partners
For the last couple of years EIGCA has hosted a drinks reception for EIGCA Partners and Affiliates at BTME and taken the opportunity to meet potential Partners too. 2020 will continue this new tradition with a drinks reception on Wednesday 22nd January in the Harrogate Suite of the Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. EIGCA members are welcome to attend to mix and mingle with Partners and Affiliates present and future. More details will be available nearer the time, but if you already know you want to attend on 22nd from 17:00, inform Wendy at the EIGCA office so she can keep track of numbers email@example.com