That’s just the golf course. What about the rest of the club’s grounds? At least on the amateur level, the small to mid-sized golf course only takes in nine holes. In a small town with limited space and resources, that’s already a fair amount of acreage.
How much more to factor in when you go the full eighteen holes? And what to do if ever a club member should strike it lucky with a hole in one? This is perhaps why it’s just so important that you, as a small club’s elected board member, don’t give up on the idea of professional golf course consulting work all year round.
If it has been around the discussion table before, be sure to raise the matter again, this time with boldness and firmness. You do not want to be sitting around the table next season at the AGM discussing how to go about the winding up of the club’s affairs. To be fair, running a golf club has always been challenging. Given the logistics of the enterprise, that’s never going to change.
Fund-raising efforts may have always been a blizzard. Why not try this instead? Approach a professional golf course consulting firm and see if its representatives can offer you a presentation without any commitments attached. Part of this enterprise helps small golfing clubs raise the finances required to ensure the successful day to day running of the course and clubhouse. It should take care of the wellbeing of your members as well.
Be sure that your next annual golf day is a roaring success. And this is not just for the golfing community. You can use professional golf consultancy work to host a golf day to help promote your business.