Bad shock for the gardeners of the Pulnoy golf course this Friday, September ninth. They found round 7 a.m. harm to 4 greens of the 18-hole course, as revealed by our colleagues from the Eastern Republican. Holes have been crammed with concrete and paint tags have been written on the lawns. It learn “Eat the rich” (eat the wealthy), “is there water?” or “I’m thirsty”. The management filed a complaint on Friday.
Damage that arouses incomprehension in Bruno Escamez, the director of golf: “we do not look at things correctly, the message is ambiguous, a kind of class struggle claim […] This is the opposite of what we experience on a daily basis, we have a little over 1,200 licensees at the Pulnoy golf course and all social classes are represented.“. Bruno Escamez who has hassle perceiving behind the perpetrator(s) of the harm an ecological message with “toxic paint” and concrete floor.
“We don’t use a drop of drinking water”
As for the reproaches made on a potential mismanagement of water, Bruno Escamez formally disputes them: “we don’t use a drop of drinking water. All of the watering that is done in hot weather, on the greens and the tees, is done with the waters of five retention basins, which prevent the inhabitants below the golf course from being flooded in winter.“.
The golf course is open this Friday on 14 holes as an alternative of 18. The golf workforce is repairing the amenities.