12th ASPGI Turf Management Seminar

12th ASPGI Turf Management Seminar
Tue. 12th & Wed. 13th July
Gunung Geulis Golf & Country Club, Indonesia

Once again, AGIF was proud to present the 12th ASPGI Turf Management Seminar which was held at the Gunung Geulis Golf & Country Club from 12th till 13th July 2011.
From owners to general managers, golf course superintendents, operators and mechanics, this year’s meeting saw a total of 80 participants from all over Indonesia coming together to learn to be better managers of their golf courses.
Rukadi, President of the ASPGI, was very happy with the success of this annual meeting. “We are very happy we achieve the targets for this seminar. We would like to thank AGIF for your support of our annual turf management seminar and we hope AGIF can continue to support us in golf education and training.”
Richard Walne, AGIF’s board member who also heads the Education sub-committee, was very pleased AGIF played a much bigger role in this year’s event. “I want to thank Rukadi and his committee for a very well run meeting. I know I speak for all our AGIF members when I saw how good it is to see so many superintendents attending and interested in the subjects presented. We started the process of asking what the ASPGI members would like to learn and I think we were able to supply speakers that were able to give a good cross section of these topics.”
Peter Morison, who coordinated this meeting added, “The specific goal of our section of the AGIF is to improve the education of superintendents and workshop management for the benefit of all throughout the region. Ï think we have achieved that in this event!”
The Education team will conduct a formal review of the subjects presented. The participants were also polled what they would like to hear at next year’s event which Richard said “will help us improve on future events for ASPGI and other Asia superintendents association”.
To John, Steve, Ben, Danny and Paul – thank you for giving your time to attend and present at this event!
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