Bill Arliss was weaned away from Golf (little white ball type) in 1989, quickly took to association croquet and was playing for his county, Sussex, within four years. He also took great interest in the administration of the sport and in 1998 became Chairman of his national association. During his chairmanship he realised the potential of Golf Croquet for attracting new players into croquet clubs and from 1999 to 2003 took on the Chairmanship of the Golf Croquet Committee of the Croquet Association. He now plays both formats of the game and played in the 2000 and 2002 World Golf Croquet Championships and is a member of the WCF Golf Croquet Rules Committee. [Picture and text by World Croquet Federation.]
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