The Smart Approach to Tee Box Renovations
Think about it — everything begins on the tees. That’s where your guests and members first encounter your course. The extent to which the tee surface is firm and level and well turfed not only determines their first impression, it also sets expectations for their play experience.
Control Tree Growth with Cambistat
Uncontrolled tree growth is like eating too much cake-- sometimes there are undesirable consequences to a good thing. Everyone loves a mature tree, but when it becomes a safety hazard, threatens structures, or simply outgrows available space, that’s a problem. Luckily, there’s a way you can have your cake and eat it too—keeping your tree in place, while maintaining the wellbeing of your property.
Smart Planning for Course Asset Lifespan
Every asset on your golf course has a lifespan — from the greens to the tees, the bunkers to the irrigation system, and the equipment you use to maintain it all. Managing these assets and planning for their eventual replacement takes careful planning and budgeting. We talked with some of our experts to get their insights on how to go about this. Here’s what they had to say.
The Five Things to Know about Spraying Control Products & Plant Protectants
Spraying control products and plant protectants is an important element of an effective golf course maintenance agronomic program. To help, our experts have put together a tried and true checklist with the five most important steps to ensure your turf applications get the best results.
Taming A Golf Course’s 10 Toughest Turf Weeds
Meet the top ten most tenacious weeds on golf courses throughout the United States. They invade your turf like a scourge, ruining not only the view but also the playing experience for your members and guests. If any of these offenders make an appearance on your golf course, use this guide for effective post-emergent weed control solutions.
Short-Term Planning for Long-Term Success
Surprising but true — many clubs finish their playing season without using the experience as the foundation for a strong plan for the next one. However, there’s no better time to create such a plan than at the end of your peak-playing season — while challenges and successes of the season are still top of mind. Here’s how to get started.