Scottish Golf Encouraging Clubs To Go ‘Back to School’
tively for the benefit of their members. The course
studies each of these areas in detail as well as giv-
ing clubs the opportunity to learn from the experi-
ences of their peer groups.”
The 10 competencies include club governance,
accounting, golf operations, facilities manage-
ment, statutory compliance, membership mar-
keting, HR, food and beverage management and
leadership, with guest presenters from both inside
and outside the golf industry speaking at the train-
The Club Seminars Roadshow is now in its sixth
year and proving ever more popular among clubs
eager to learn more about the services the SGU
and SLGA can offer them, while keeping commit-
tees up to speed in an ever changing and rapidly
Andy Salmon, Scottish Golf Development Man-
ager, said, “We are investing an increasing amount
of time and resource in the vital area of support-
ing clubs and the demand for our seminars shows
clubs want to learn from us.
For more information on the Scottish Golf Union, visit www.
scottishgolf.org or call 01334 466477.