From the GCMA archives

We scour the GCMA magazine archives to find out what managers were saying in years gone by

50 years ago
Gerald Micklem CBE sounded a note of warning when speaking at the National Golf Clubs’ Advisory Association AGM in London.  Inflation was hitting hard and many subscriptions had gone up by 25 per cent or more in the previous year. Mr Micklem, the Association’s President, urged committees not to neglect their ‘prime asset’ – the golf course – when looking to make savings. “To economise on the upkeep of the course seems to me to the falsest economy,” he declared....
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