It was only fitting that Esmeralda Golf Club, one of only two golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer in Indonesia, held the 17th ASPGI Turf Management Seminar (in collaboration with the Asian Golf Industry Federation for a fourth time). "With the recent passing of Arnold Palmer, it was especially poignant that we should celebrate this occasion at one of the courses that will remain a legacy of his in Asia," said Eric Lynge, AGIF's Chief Executive Officer.
With more than 110 professionals from the industry, alongside delegates from Brunei, Malaysia and Thailand, a variety of lectures were available; from noted superintendents in the area to Khairul Tanjung, member of the Landscape Architectural Association of Indonesia.
"Our association was pleased to work together with the AGIF once more to showcase speakers from home and abroad, who are experienced practitioners in their respective fields in golf course maintenance," said Engkos Raharjo, ASPGI President.
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