The staff at Bush Hill Park Golf Club in North London is celebrating after the setting has cast a ballot the UK’s Golf Club of the Year at the 2019 Club Mirror Awards.
Bush Hill senior supervisor Stewart Judd and his supervisory group went to the affair grants service held at Doncaster Racecourse in Yorkshire on November 28, where they were given the honor before a crowd of people of more than 650 club industry experts drawn from all components of the sporting world.
Clubs are judged on a wide scope of criteria, including course conditions, offices, and client assistance, with Bush Hill having been made a decision to have exceeded expectations in all territories.
Stewart Judd stated: ‘This is grant is a demonstration of the vision, speculation and difficult work the club has embraced lately to drive it advances, and we are on the whole pleased to get this respect.
“Bush Hill praises its 125th commemoration in 2020, and this is the ideal method to stamp our fabulous legacy, while likewise being perceived as a cutting edge, groundbreaking and comprehensive golf club.”
Among the numerous ongoing enhancements at the Enfield-based club incorporate the establishment of another cutting edge water system framework, with its 300 remote-controlled sprinklers empowering head greenkeeper Graham Careford to miniaturized scale oversee water assets to guarantee the 5,776-yard James Braid structured parkland design is in magnificent all year condition for individuals and guests.