Off the back of a hugely successful 2013, Brocket Hall Golf Club is investing over £450,000 in its facilities to ensure that it maintains its position as one of the leading clubs in the country.
The investment will see upgrades to a range of areas at the Hertfordshire venue, including a new fleet of golf buggies and greenkeeping machinery, refurbishing of the changing room facilities for both members and guests, and a near-complete redecorating of the Watershyppes restaurant.
Speaking on the plans, the director of operations at Brocket Hall, David Griffin, said it was important to spend. “Brocket Hall prides itself on delivering a five-star product and high standard of service on and off the course to our members and guests alike and, in order to do that, it’s important that we continue to invest,” said Griffin.
“The latest investment programme will ensure that the club and golf courses are presented in the best possible condition and is part of our on-going commitment to making Brocket Hall one of the top places to play golf anywhere in the UK and Europe.”