There's lightning on the horizon. How do you quickly alert and protect your patrons?
Year over year, Earth Networks detects over 100 MILLION total lightning strikes in the United States. More than 80% of those strikes never touch the ground but detecting them is a helpful tool for issuing early warning alerts that severe weather is in the area.
Unfortunately, lightning still poses a serious risk of injury (and even death) for those who love the outdoors. Just look at this lightning strike incident at a PGA Tour Championship event which goes to show that more education and stronger safety policies are needed to keep your patrons safe and limit liability for your club.
It's time to roll up your sleeves and get to work making your club a safer place for all your staff and patrons.
The Golf Safety Weather Solution Buying Guide will help you develop an effective weather safety policy and install the right technology to ensure your club is weather-ready.
You can expect to learn about:
- How to plan for severe weather events at your club
- The latest tools available for detecting and alerting on lightning at your club
- How to automatically alert your patrons and staff when lightning is dangerously close and get everyone moving to safety
- How to know with certainty when to let your golfers back out after the storm passes