Golf Owners and Managers Meeting

It is a tradition established eleven years ago now, during the 2011 edition of theFrench Open : at the invitation of the French Golf Federation, the owners and directors of golf courses in France came together for a friendly moment to share the current challenges of the sector. Late Thursday afternoon, more than sixteen representatives of French clubs were able to discuss with each other and with federal leaders on current issues in the profession, following a speech by Pascal Grizotthe president of the ffgolfreferring in particular to the future of the tournament, the increase in the number of licensees and the problems recently posed by the drought. “It’s an important moment for people in the sector, who we’re more used to seeing in their club on rare occasions during the year, because it allows us all to meet on the sidelines of this great golf festival that is the French Open »reminder Aurelien Didierthe Club Relations & Development director at the federation.

On the sidelines of this meeting, Pascal Grizot designated a medal to the La Rochelle South golf courserepresented this Thursday by its president Michel Duquennefor the efforts undertaken in terms of ecological responsibility.

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