Learn to effectively manage severe weather at your club
In 2019, Lightning continued to threatened golfers and staff at clubs nationwide. In the first half of the year, Earth Networks detected 8,170,185 cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning strikes and 47,714,299 total lightning strikes in the U.S.
Unfortunately, a few of those strikes can lead to tragic events like the recent lightning strike incident at a PGA Tour Championship event.
It is time to roll up your sleeves and get to work on making 2020 a safe year from our staff and patrons. And we are here to help.
Our Golf Safety Weather Solution Buying Guide will provide you with insights on developing an effective safety process and the right technology you need to ensure your club is weather-ready.
Expect to learn about:
- How to plan for weather at your club
- The solution to effectively detecting severe weather like lightning at your club
- The technology that would allow you effectively alert your patrons and staff when lightning is dangerously close
- How to know when to let your golfers back out after an alert
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