2018 Customer Survey Update
Last October, we conducted our annual customer survey. As a result and in response to your feedback, we have been working hard over the winter months to make sure we improve our product and customer experience for all of our valued members and customers in 2019. With the new golf season fast approaching we are delighted to be able to update you with some new initiatives and improvements at Edwalton!
Our promise to you at Edwalton Golf Centre:
Our tees have held up well over the last year, especially as they have been in constant use throughout last winter, the beast from the east and then the very warm summer. As with last winter we will move the tee markers to the front of the tee to keep winter damage confined to one area and I’m sure everyone will appreciate the extra few yards gained.
The greens have improved in quality tremendously over the last couple years and I hope to keep them improving as the years continue. We will try to time restorative work so that inconveniences can be kept to a minimum.
It has been mentioned that some newer golfers have found it difficult to know where they are going when they first play. Extra signage has been added in the last year to help with the confusion and there a handy little map on the score cards if anyone has need to check.
As with every season’s beginning, the bunkers will be edged and any humps removed. An assessment of the level of sand will be made and a top up of additional sand will be made if deemed necessary.
During the last year we have edged and resurfaced 2 of the paths with a limestone crush. The end result being a vast improvement and more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. There are several wood chip paths around the course that we will resurface with fresh wood chip to make traversing them easier.
As with previous years we will receive delivery of new items in preparation for the new golfing season. This will include new flags, pins, hole cups and bunker rakes.These will be put into place ready for April 1st.
The main focus of winter work this year will be concentrated on managing the trees. We will be reducing the density of the trees around the ponds between the 3rd and 5th fairway, as well as removing any that appear to have the possibility to become dangerous in the future. This is to ensure your safety and to make it a more enjoyable round of golf.
We hope you can see from the above that we really want you to have the best possible experience when you visit and your feedback has been invaluable.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have would like to discuss any of the above, or have some further comments or suggestions to how we can make Edwalton Golf Centre even better.
See you on the fairways soon!