Thursday, March 8
1:00 p.m. PST for California and Nevada
2:00 MST for Arizona
The Longleaf Tee Initiative is designed to increase golfer enjoyment and course playability for all ages and skillsets by strategically expanding existing tee complexes, which increases rounds and improves pace of play and the facility's bottom line.
Presented on behalf of the American Society of Golf Course Architects Association Foundation by Forrest Richardson, ASGCA and ASGCA Foundation Program Coordinator Peter Kaufmann, the webinar will cover:
We encourage you to join the presentation, learn about the Longleaf Tee System, and have your questions answered.
Members and sponsors of the California Golf Course Owners Association, NGCOA Arizona and the Nevada Golf Course Owners Association may attend for free. Non-members are welcome to join the webinar as well, for $25 per person.
Forrest Richardson, ASGCA is a golf course architect with offices in Phoenix and Los Angeles. A California native, Forrest has worked throughout California, with numerous projects in Northern California. Most recently he has completed Baylands Golf Links in Palo Alto, which will open in April 2018. He has active projects in Cupertino, Modesto, Mountain View, and Auburn, as well as projects in Sweden, British Columbia and Arizona. Forrest is a proponent of flexible tees and has integrated this thinking on several projects ranging from remodels to the acclaimed 18-hole par-3 Short Course at Mountain Shadows.
Peter Kaufmann is the Program Coordinator for the ASGCA Foundation, specifically working on the Foundation’s Tee Initiative program. Over the past several months, Kaufmann has reached out to dozens of state and regional chapters to educate the industry about the initiative. The program has seen terrific progress and has identified over 30 facilities using the program thus far. He is excited to share this information with you and how the program can help your facility.
(WEBINAR LOGIN DETAILS WILL BE EMAILED TO REGISTRANTS THE DAY PRIOR TO THE WEBINAR.)