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Charity golf events are pretty common at municipal, daily fee and private golf facilities. These events represent an opportune way to support the community, gain exposure to your course and assist in raising contributions for very worthwhile causes. Of course, they also bring additional revenue for your facility. Hosting charity events, however, can increase liability exposure. Here is a checklist of common circumstances many golf course owners/operators don’t think about when hosting large numbers of outing guests for an event: via hospitality.westfieldinsurance.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 9, 2011 at Westfield Greens
Charity golf events are pretty common at municipal, daily fee and private golf facilities. These events represent an opportune way to support the community, gain exposure to your course and assist in raising contributions for very worthwhile causes. Of course, they also bring additional revenue for your facility. Hosting charity... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2011 at At Your Service
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Golf outings are a common occurrence for many golf courses. Public, municipal and private courses that host such events are likely aware of the many games that are typically played as part of the outing experience or as added fund-raising opportunities. The most common of these is the Hole-In-One contest,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2011 at At Your Service
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As I write this, there is a Winter Weather Advisory across half the nation and it brings to mind a very popular risk management question: Is my business liable for slip and falls in ice or snow? The answer is maybe, depending on the circumstances. According to Kelly Maheu’s article,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 20, 2010 at At Your Service
Today, many golf courses recognize the difficulty of traveling with golf clubs, the increased demand for rental clubs and the need to offer rental equipment options. According to The Back Nine @ PinksandGreens.com, a golf blog for women, golf courses have noticed that flying with clubs prevents players from booking tee times, especially when destinations charge $50 - $60 per set, not including the rental fees for balls and shoes. via hospitality.westfieldinsurance.com Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 1, 2010 at Westfield Greens
Today, many golf courses recognize the difficulty of traveling with golf clubs, the increased demand for rental clubs and the need to offer rental equipment options. According to The Back Nine @ PinksandGreens.com, a golf blog for women, golf courses have noticed that flying with clubs prevents players from booking... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2010 at At Your Service
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