Seminar focuses on golf specific aspects of ADA compliance
Hayward, CA- Golf course superintendents from the Central, Northern California and Sierra Nevada Chapters of the GCSAA will gather on Mon. August 13 at TPC Stonebrae (Hayward, CA) for the association’s 2012 Tri-Chapter meeting and golf tournament.
The breakfast meeting will commence at 8:00 a.m. with featured speaker Fred Brattain, Founder & CEO of the Disabled Golfers’ Learning Foundation, who’ll address association members and provide keen insight on the issue of compliance as it relates to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Brattain, who is extremely knowledgeable in the golf specific aspects of ADA, will also convey the many benefits of supporting golfers with disabilities.
Brattain’s presentation will be followed by golf on the nationally-ranked David McLay Kidd designed course, a spectacular venue and host of the TPC Stonebrae Championship (formerly Nationwide Tour, now Web.com Tour). A reception and awards ceremony will immediately follow the tournament.
“TPC Stonebrae is honored to host the 2012 Tri-Chapter meeting” said Dave Davies, CGCS and Director of Golf Course Maintenance Operations. “The educational conference will focus on the very important issue of ADA compliance for golf courses, which will be beneficial to all attendees from not one, but three chapters. The day will also provide the entire TPC Stonebrae team an opportunity to showcase their talents to fellow turf professionals.”
The 2012 GCSAA Tri-Chapter Meeting is made possible through the support of John Deere, an innovative company that provides equipment, technology and services which are invaluable to golf course superintendents and the turf care industry.
To register for the event visit http://www.gcsanc.com/events/next/. Any questions please contact GCSANC Association Manager Ms. Barbara Mikel at (877) 942-7262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.