Mission: Development of Masterplan, review of bunkers, improve safety at holes 1-18, 5-6 and 14-15, better playing surfaces, the course should attract all player categories, development of the practice hole/training area, review routing, use the island to the left of hole 8 as a golf hole?
Short excerpt from the Masterplan:
Below you can read two short excerpts from the Masterplan.
Perhaps here the large group of volunteer members can make a contribution?
Many greens have become smaller over the years. Has a little to do with better playing surfaces but the larger they are, the more the wear is spread. Several greens can be cut larger. I marked a new green line on hole 8 before I left as an example for you.
4. There is a lot to do to attract all player categories. Some bunkers can advantageously be replaced by grass playing surface, some cut as foregreen and some cut as fairway or rough. A skilled player usually has no problems with bunker shots, but many recreational players or older players do. The paradox here is that a skilled player who needs to chip or pitch from a short-cut position finds it more difficult and demanding than a bunker shot. For the recreational player, it becomes a little easier as the ball can even be putted. Smaller bunkers also positively affect the maintenance program and shorten round times.
5. I marked a cost-effective proposal on the practice hole that will initially double the capacity of users. More can be done, but then I need more time on site.