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INSIDE AUTUMN 2021
“It’s the Loch Lomond experience – that’s why people join. That’s what they want. The golf course is massively important, but they want service, they want quality. We’ve made it more of an experience, and that has turned the finances around.”
“The whole thing has been completely renovated. I mean we stripped everything back to just the trees, so just the routing basically. We’ve taken out 29 bunkers, three lakes, two streams and 18 hectares of turf.”
“I was 34 when I started at Woburn and I sometimes look back and think they must’ve taken quite a gamble on a young person who might not have had the big names in his portfolio that maybe some of the others applying for the role had.”
“Inheriting a golf course with almost no grass on the fairways was obviously a massive problem, so we set about creating a full-scale renovation plan to redevelop Chart Hills into the internationally recognised golf venue that it should be.”
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“We’re seeing ever-increasing demand for the market-leading and highly-successful E-Z-GO RXV Elite Lithium model, which already forms the cornerstone of many golf club buggy fleets. Therefore, forward planning is essential to secure your new buggy fleet for next season.”
If my experience is repeated across the sport, WHS has got lucky with the pandemic. The lack of travel has signally prevented a golfing hue and cry. But the travel door is starting to creak open again and once people start stepping through in their droves, there will be an expectation that WHS will work correctly.”
Michael Lenihan, publisher
What the trade say
With my experience in golf course construction, I’ve always found Golf Management an interesting read. However, since the magazine’s re-launch at the beginning of 2020, I’ve loved reading the feature profile’s on my peers, many of whom like I, operate and manage a ‘world-class’ golf facility.
Stuart McColmGeneral Manager, Castle Stuart Golf Links
I love reading my hard copy of Golf Management which is always packed full of insightful articles on people that I know, but didn’t really know (if you know what I mean!) In my opinion, Golf Management is without doubt the best golf business magazine in the industry, and is widely-respected throughout Europe and the Middle-East. A must if you are in the trade.
Simon WordsworthCEO, 59club
Having run golf operations in Portugal, Brazil and Spain, I’ve always referenced Golf Management as an important source of information and knowledge that has helped progress my career. Now that I’m managing a three-course resort on the Costa del Sol, I always look forward to reading both the printed magazine, and the regular news updates. For me, Golf Management is a must-read in the world of golf this side of the Atlantic.
Sean Côrte-RealGeneral Manager, La Cala
Golf Management leads the way with its professionally-written editorial, and beautifully-designed layout and I always look forward to reading the latest edition. I've always found the magazine easy on the eye and packed-full of fascinating articles on the people who shape and run the golf industry, many of whom are also Club Car customers.
Kevin HartSales Director Golf EMEA, Club Car
Golf Management magazine is an essential read for any golf industry professional wanting to keep up-to-date with industry news and innovation. It covers a wide spectrum of relevant golf issues from around the globe.
Michael BraidwoodGeneral Manager, Education City Golf Club