We maintain the course minimally, open after frost delays, service equipment, take down dangerous trees here and there, plant some new trees and, occasionally, when winter gets confused and thinks it’s summer, three or four of us do the work of 15 or 16.
Create a better golfing experience and more efficient maintenance by tweaking teeing areas.
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Robert McElreath, Club Car’s vice president of Connectivity, discusses innovation and how millennials are changing the golf experience.
In many countries, golf courses can be used to effectively control flood water in mountainous sites within major watersheds. The practices used to provide this control can be equally effective on many flatland golf courses around the world when potential downstream flooding can be an issue.