You may have started in golf course management because of your love of the outdoors or of the game. While that passion makes it easier to prepare for a 6 o’clock shotgun, it doesn’t help much when it’s time for navigating the financial side of the job. Roger Stewart, Jr., CGCS, teaches some key aspects of the business of balance sheets and budgets. He shares tips he’s learned in the office that will help you plan your expenditures to deliver the playing conditions your golfers can enjoy.
Original presentation date: Feb. 28, 2018
Education points: 0.10
About the Instructor
Roger A. Stewart Jr., CGCS, is a recently retired golf course superintendent. Stewart has been a GCSAA member for 42 years. He has taught workshops and seminars for the PGA of America, GCSAA and the U.S. Air Force. His involvement includes past service as president of The Midwest Association of GCS, the Chicagoland Association of GCS and GCSANJ, as well as committee participation for GCSAA.
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