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.
The Kelowna-based teaching professional can attest to playing the game at a high level and he understands the effort required to help others achieve playing success.
As the Director of Instruction at The Harvest for the past seven years, his impact on many of the Okanagan Valley’s elite players has been enormous. In fact, that impact has been felt across British Columbia for many years.
“I really believe that as a coach, we have a unique place where we’re able to develop people through a sport,” Richardson said. “I think it’s pretty special.”