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|Job Name||Ball Washer Maintenance|
|Timing||Can be performed at time convenient to volunteer|
The most important objectives of a golf club are framed around creating a player experience and playability of the course. Quality course hardware (ball washers, hazard stakes, tee markers, flags etc.) is an essential element of course playability and player experience.
A successful job outcome will:
The design allows ball washer units to be flushed and cleaned regularly. Flushing is particularly important after wet weather as sediment accumulates in the bottom of the unit – players clean ball more frequently.
The job also involves:
If there is concern about placement of a particular ball washer the concern should be reported to the Greens Director.
|Physical Attrributes of Job:|
All of these are provided by the Club – see Wayne Patston.