It’s finally that time of year. Every golf fan will have his/her diaries set from Thursday until Sunday to watch the game’s best battle in the UK and arguably, world-wide, at the 2014 British Open. Look to www.theopen.com for further information.
Royal Liverpool plays host to past champions such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson along with several blooming stars hoping to win their first. That next tier includes the likes of Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth, each of whom comes in with great odds to win the tournament.
Here in the UK, we are spoiled, each summer, with a 4 month long programme of ‘Super Events’, which are transmitted across the world, promoting the exceptional places and facilities that host these sports competitions. This year, options have included the Boat race, Cowes, Wimbledon, the Commonwealth Games, the British Open, the British Grand Prix and Cricket at Lords.
When we switch on the TV to watch these world-class events, it’s apparent that the facilities look immaculate and they remain like this throughout the tournament. It’s no coincidence that cleanliness and aesthetics are a priority for the organisers because they know that the audiences for these events are often tens of millions of viewers and sponsors want to be associated with excellence.
Before play gets underway at Royal Liverpool, arrangements will be in place for the facilities to have a deep clean so that players, spectators, media, and viewers, all have the best possible, whilst on site. The cleaning contractors, together with caterers, officials and operational staff, work together, day and night to ensure the highest standards are achieved.
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