Golf course bans sledging following damage

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Lochgilphead golf courseSledging fun that caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to a green on Lochgilphead Golf Course has led to the club’s board issuing a reminder that the course is  private ground.

One member of the club was so outraged and saddened by a ‘lack of respect’ from members of the public, who spent the day sledging and dropping litter on
the fairway, that he resigned.

Read the full story in the Argyllshire Advertiser, January 30 2015, also available online from the same date.