You use Them While You’re at the Golf Club Communications for the Green

Golf clubs (by which we mean the locations, not the implements) are vast expanses of land. They cover great areas, employ large numbers of people and are realistically complicated environments to run.

Additionally to the need of practical comms between various layers of management, universal health and safety issues and the commitment required to keep a good course looking spotless, 2 way radios are very important to golf clubs for keeping staff connected with each other. Additionally they help to offer security over large spaces and considerably more besides. Let us go into all this in a little more detail, shall we?

Two-way radios are easy to make use of, cheap and supremely reliable. A mobile phone (or similar gadget) simply wouldn’t be anywhere near as trustworthy in the same conditions, particularly when one considers that the majority of the golf course is outside and thus subject to climate, atmospheric conditions and other intangibles.

Two way radios are tough devices, designed for use on a myriad of terrain. When the tasks required are mainly outdoors, it is sensible to employ a similar technology that troopers use in the desert or the police use in the capital, doesn’t it?

Two way radios provide a rapid and effectual answer to emergencies of any type. Instantaneous communication is really a vital tool when it comes to reporting on a mishap and ensuring that help arrives A.S.A.P. Radios also permit staff to report on the condition of that green, relaying participant opinion on to management, ensuring a quick and professional answer to any issues. This, consequently, will help to cultivate customer loyalty, providing a good association with legions of loyal players who will attract other customers and thus give the club with steady trade.

But that is not all a walkie talkie is good for at a golf course. In general, golf courses require an increased degree of management ability and also the key to good management is excellent comms. Two-way radios help to make sure that the on-course personnel are prepared for the player’s individual needs. Two way radios help other amenities of the club (shops, restaurants, toilets etc) to run smoothly and continue to offer high values and excellence service.

Without 2 way radios, a golf club would need a number of levels of management, if only to handle all the travel between places. The administration of a decent course can represent a logistical nightmare. An extended, relaxing round of golf (loved by everyone from Larry David to Alice Cooper) might alternatively represent a stress-packed, barrier-riddled game that many would surrender on before they ever even teed off.