SIGNED BY FORREST RICHARDSON
A small, concise book that takes the golf operator, manager or club officer through 25 distinct topics. Following each, the reader grades the golf course, assigning an A, B, C, D or F grade to the area of interest. At the back of the book is a tally sheet for recording the numeric score of each grade assigned by the reader.
At the conclusion, a "Course I.Q." is calculated. Genius, above average, average or dull...the exercise allows golf courses to open communication and begin the process of making improvements.
Author Forrest Richardson, a golf course architect and regular presenter on how to maximize revenues and control cost savings, engineered Course Brains to help courses understand what really matters when it comes to taking care of the course itself.
A great exercise for golf clubs to administer to management and staff.
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