Top 6 Risks for Golf Courses and Country Clubs [SlideShare]
Know the Risks
Preparation and keeping an eye on emerging risks in an ever changing environment is key to success on and off the golf course. Some of these risks to consider include:
- Impaired and inexperienced or underage drivers and passengers can increase the risk of golf carts tipping over or crashing into pedestrians.
- On-site restaurants and banquet facilities have unique liquor liability and food safety concerns.
- Severe weather can cause injury to players or considerable damage to a golf course, forcing it to shut down during repairs.
Your course is in great shape. Is your protection up to par? Explore the Top 6 Risks for Golf Courses and Country Clubs and get Quick Tips and things to consider to help navigate these risks.
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