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FEGGA’s Munich stopover

12.30am 8th December 2003 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The FEGGA Roadshow is making a stopover in Munich on Wednesday 25th February, the day before the Fairway 2004 trade fair. The workshop of the Federation of European Golf Greenkeepers Association is addressing the topic: “Dealing with summer stress.”
In addition, the German Golf Association and the Golf Management Association of Germany are holding a symposium for the developers of golf course projects. Within the framework of this event, experts will discuss the topic of “How do you build golf courses today? Current know-how for developing golf course projects” in a panel discussion. Speakers will be Peter Hà¼bner, GTC Là¼neburg, Karl Grohs, DGC Essen, Klaus Dallmeyer, DGV Wiesbaden, Dieter Restorff, GC Eichenried, and Frank Thonig, Thonig Golf Consulting.
Joachim Geffken, chairman of the IT Committee in DGV and vice president of GC Pforzheim, will present the popular topic: “Get new revenues, save old costs” on 26th February. He will explain how golf clubs and golf facilities can use their websites more efficiently. Robert Ernst from Textron Turfcare will talk about new insights under the topic: “Machine procurement”.
Dr. Gunther Hardt from the Baden-Wurttemberg Golf Association will provide up-to-date information on the topic of “Winter Management” on 27th February. His presentation is followed by Christian Engelmann from Engelmann Golfplatzpflege who will talk about how continuously increasing demands for quality can be fulfilled despite substantial cost pressures.
The detailed congress, workshop and seminar program as well as current information about FAIRWAY 2004 can be viewed at
For all information on Fairway, contact UK agents Pattern Ltd, Tel. 020 8940 4625; e

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