The Golf Services Committee of the English Golf Union has once again put together an excellent programme of seminars on golf course management this autumn.
Six seminars/workshops have been organised at clubs around the country for club secretaries, managers, owners and chair of green. The programme at each venue will cover agronomy, ecology, course design, health & safety and greenkeeper education & training.
Venues have also been selected this year to allow a focus on selected subjects
15 Oct Sandiway Golf Club, Cheshire (agronomy & woodland management)
17 Oct Drayton Park Golf Club, Staffs (new green construction & management)
22 Oct Gillingham Golf Club, Kent (agronomy & course design)
29 Oct Minchinhampton Golf Club, Gloucs (agronomy & course design)
11 Nov Porters Park Golf Club, Herts (agronomy & ecology)
12 Nov Broadstone Golf Club, Dorset (ecology)
Head greenkeepers and course managers have the opportunity to visit the National Golf Centre for an intensive programme which will take an in-depth look at certain aspects of agronomy, ecology and general management. The greenkeeping masterclass will take place at Woodhall Spa on 4th &5th December 2002
Full details of the programmes, speakers and an application form will also be available on the Golf Services pages of the EGU website at www.englishgolfunion.org
For further details, you can also contact Neil Cockbill, Golf Services Secretary
01526 351823 email@example.com