Golf | 12 Feb 2018 | By Michael Vlismas
Day Zero is a reality in most South Africans’ minds at the moment, whether you live in Cape Town or not.
The dwindling availability of our most precious resource has made most of us think very hard about how we use water.
And the golf industry is no different.
But while some may point a finger at golf courses as being a drain, so to speak, on the water reserves, the reality is that golf clubs do far more to use water effectively than the average household.
I’m Michael Vlismas, and this month in the GolfatSun podcast, we take a look at what a water hazard really means to golf clubs.