Golf clubs (by we mean the locations, not the kit) are huge expanses of land. They cross vast areas, hire sizeable numbers of people and are plausibly complex environments to run.
Additionally to a need of expedient communication among various layers of administration, universal health and safety considerations and also devotion required to keep a good course looking pristine, walkie talkies are very important to golf clubs for keeping personnel connected with each other. Additionally they help to provide security over huge spaces and a lot more besides. Let us go into all this in a tad more detail, shall we?
Two way radios are easy to utilize, cheap and totally trustworthy. A mobile phone (or similar gadget) simply would not be anywhere near as reliable inside the same circumstances, particularly when one considers that most of a golf course is in the open air and thus subject to weather, atmospheric conditions and other intangibles.
Two-way radios are tough gadgets, suitable for use on all kinds of territory. If the tasks required are mostly outside, it is sensible to employ similar technology that troopers use within the desert or the police use in the city, doesn’t it?
Radios provide a rapid and useful answer to emergencies of any type. Direct communication is really a essential tool when it relates to reporting on the mishap and ensuring that assistance arrives A.S.A.P. Radios also allow staff to report on the condition of that green, relaying participant reaction directly to management, ensuring a quick and specialized answer to any concerns. This, consequently, can help to cultivate player loyalty, providing a good club with legions of loyal people who will appeal to other customers and thus supply the club with steady trade.
But that is not all a walkie talkie is good for on the golf course. In general, golf courses require an increased amount of management skill and the key to good management is excellent comms. Two way radios help to ensure that the on-course personnel are equipped for the player’s particular needs. Radios help other amenities of the club (shops, restaurants, bathrooms etc) to run easily and still offer high standards and excellence service.
Without radios, a golf course would need several levels of management, if only to handle all of the travel between spaces. The management of a decent course can be a logistical nightmare. An extended, gentle round of golf (enjoyed by everybody from Larry David to Alice Cooper) might alternatively represent a stress-filled, barrier-riddled game that many would give up on before they ever even teed off.