The big challenge awaiting managers as golf reopens from lockdown

In a GCMA Hot Topics webinar, BIGGA chief executive Jim Croxton said only golf club managers could balance the ‘three-legged stool’ of play, maintenance and expectation in the coming weeks

The levels of play produced by golfers flocking to courses after coronavirus lockdown eases may present a “fairly major challenge” for club managers and greenkeepers. In a GCMA Hot Topics webinar, Jim Croxton, chief executive of the British & International Golf Greenkeepers Association, told viewers those levels were likely to be “significantly ahead” of where they would normally be in April – as players make up for lost time when three months of closure come to an end in England on March 29....
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