The following statement has been posted on the website of the European Institute of Golf Course Architects
The European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA) represents members and students in 26 countries inside and outside the EU. Our members work all over the world and we do not see this situation changing as a result of the EU Referendum in Britain.
As a professional body, the EIGCA remains committed to enhancing the status of golf course architects and the profession and will continue to act in the best interests of its members, wherever they are based.
Economic uncertainty in any location where our members and partners operate is challenging and we hope that the UK’s relationship with the EU will be clarified as soon as possible and allow the golf industry to continue to develop with optimism.
We look forward to continue working for and on behalf of our members and partners.
European Institute of Golf Course Architects www.eigca.org