Reflecting on a tumultuous 2020 in the golf travel business has made for some interesting conversations.
Amid so much uncertainty, the ability of the industry to convince government officials across Canada that the game could be a safe activity during the pandemic was a giant first step. Implementing effective operational protocols then became the priority and golf courses were allowed to open for business.
And then, golfers came in droves until old man winter arrived.
But the conversations about the 2020 season have not all been so much about “what happened”.
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At BCgolfguide, we’re proud to work with the team at Tourism Kamloops, along with our many golf course and hotel partners in the region.
Here’s a nifty spin from Tourism Kamloops – just how the 2020 destination golf experience is different from what many of us have gotten used to over the years. The Kamloops region continues to grow as a popular golf destination.
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With life hopefully returning to normal – whatever the new normal is destined to become – it’s certainly encouraging to see golf courses open for business.
At Trickle Creek Golf Resort in Kimberley, British Columbia, business development manager Rob Duncan is excited to get rolling.
“The course has bounced back very well,” he said in a conversation with BCgolfguide’s senior sales consultant, Danny Leitch. “Lots of rain here and a few sunny days mixed in. That’s good to grow grass.
“We are in very good shape!”
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