The Importance Of Course Conditioning
Golf Digest South Africa|June 2018
The Importance Of Course Conditioning

The playing experience is a club’s most precious commodity.

Mark Wiltshire

The most precious commodity of any golf club is its playing facilities, as the main purpose of being a member is to play golf. Mark Wiltshire Golf have produced 27 site visit reports for various clubs over the past five years, and in almost 80 percent of the cases we found that course conditioning was surprisingly not a priority.

MWG’s strategy has been tested at various clubs over the last 11 years and it has worked every time. When we manage a golf club one of our first and most important objectives is to improve the course to the best condition it can be. We appreciate that this can be difficult with limited financial resources, but improving a golf course is less about money and more about attitude, along with smart spending of whatever financial resources are available.

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June 2018