Members of the association team will feature regularly on episodes of the informative and entertaining industry show…
The GCMA have linked up with the popular podcast Golf Club Talk UK.
Members of the association team will regularly feature on episodes of the show, hosted by Leighton Walker and Eddie Bullock, pictured above, to discuss pressing industry issues.
The collaboration began with chief executive Tom Brooke joined by business partnerships manager Craig Cotterill, membership services manager Natalie McColl on a recent episode to give an overview of the association and plans for the future. You can listen to the podcast below, or click here.
Golf Club Talk UK provides an entertaining and informative look at golf club life in the UK – featuring interviews with the people that make things happen in the industry.
It informs listeners with reviews of clubs that are at the top of their game. Aimed primarily at people working in the golf industry, and who govern clubs, it provides best practice and takes a positive look at where golf clubs are heading.
The collaboration will see the GCMA team covering topical issues within the golf club industry, such as wellbeing, sustainability, education and labour shortage.
Leighton Walker, Golf Club Talk UK host, industry expert and general manager at Cirencester Golf Club, said: “We’re always looking to increase our audience and share as much information as possible with the industry.
“It makes perfect sense for us to be partnering with the GCMA, who represent those working in Golf management. This will allow us to further explore relevant and topical issues that we all face within our roles. Who knows we might even find some solutions to some of these issues!”
Tom Brooke, GCMA chief executive, added: “We’re delighted to be working with Leighton and Eddie on what we’re sure is going to be a really successful and exciting collaboration. The GCTUK podcast provides a fantastic platform for key issues and opportunities in golf club management to be discussed and shared with the wider industry. We’re really looking forward to featuring regularly and giving our members the chance to get involved as well.”
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