A Working Party will be formed to oversee the GC2030 process.
The appointed members of the Golf Course 2030 Working Party will be expected to serve for the duration of a 3-year cycle of the initiative, after which there will be a review of the membership and remit.
The Working Party will be expected to undertake the following tasks:
- Review the initial analyses from stakeholders applying for the Lead role in the production of Action Plans
- Appoint stakeholders to take the Lead role in the production of Action Plans
- Review delivered Action Plans and set goals and targets for implementation
- Produce a ‘Call for proposals’ mechanism
- Consider proposals and produce a priority list of projects deserving support
- Decide if issues have been addressed satisfactorily.
The R&A will provide administration support to the Working Party.
For GC2030 Great Britain & Ireland, the Working Party is comprised of a representative from The R&A, England Golf, Scottish Golf, the British & International Golf Greenkeepers Association (BIGGA), the Golf Course Superintendents Association of Ireland (GCSAI), the Golf Club Managers Association (GCMA), The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) and the European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA).