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Renovation

  • Golf course greens renovation advice

    September 2018
    A distillation of research to help superintendents spearhead a greens renovation, minimize course closure and ensure a long-lasting finished product.
  • The art of golf course bunker removal

    September 2018
    An Ohio superintendent shares his process for eliminating bunkers — and the resources they require — while maintaining golf course aesthetics and architectural integrity.
  • Fast forward: Davenport Country Club

    October 2017
    The makeover of Iowa’s Davenport Country Club offers a blueprint for renovating on an aggressive timeline as well as recapturing a storied course’s original personality.
  • Intentions at Inverness

    Sep 29, 2017
    Historic Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio, is undergoing major changes to restore its past yet still address the modern game.
  • Much ado about Midland

    September 2017
    The two-part transformation of a West Texas course brought its share of unusual obstacles, unexpected lessons and unique triumphs, all culminating in a refreshed look and feel just in time for the club’s 90th anniversary.
  • Assessing golf course infrastructure

    August 2017
    How long can you expect the many, varied components of your course to last? A veteran superintendent breaks down infrastructure life spans to help you optimally plan and budget for future restoration, renovation and replacement work.
  • New-look Crane Creek reopens

    Aug 02, 2017
    Work on Idaho golf course, led by architect David Druzisky, features two entirely new holes on reimagined back nine.
  • Riomar Country Club: Polishing an oceanside gem

    January 2017
    Through prudent planning, clever budgeting tactics and some lucky nods from Mother Nature, the renovation of a renowned Florida course came in on time and with funds to spare, allowing for some added bonuses.
  • Ground control: Navigating a renovation

    September 2016
    Sharing his turf with a team of outside professionals during a sweeping course renovation taught a Chicago-area superintendent worthwhile lessons in collaboration, planning and project management.