International golf equipment group appoints two UK managers to board

The International Golf Course Equipment Managers Association (IGCEMA) has appointed two UK members to its board of directors.

The Belfry's Chris Minton and John O Gaunt's Stuart Hall join American, Canadian and Australian members on the board.

Minton, who is equipment manager at West Midlands course The Belfry, has been an IGCEMA member for over two-years and has contributed to the organisation's growth in the UK.

Hall, the equipment manager at Bedfordshire-based John O Gaunt Golf Club, has extensive experience as a greenkeeper before he joined the workshop team.

IGCEMA's new CEO Stpehen Tucker said:  "It is great to see such a diverse Board of Directors this year.  I think we can be truly proud of ourselves for making the IGCEMA an International Association.  It is great to have both Chris and Stuart on our Board as they are both very enthusiastic about the equipment management profession.  We look forward to their input and leadership as we continue to grow around the world."


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