Creating a Golf Course Pond or Lake

Lake design is a big part of a golf course. Most golf projects include a significant amount of water features for reasons ranging from the need to generate dirt to providing enhanced aesthetic value. The key when designing a course is to attempt to balance these interests in a way that provides the maximum benefit throughout the life of the project. Read more

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Industry Spotlight: Irrigation Technician

There are a number of roles to fill on the golf course. One of these is the Irrigation Technician. An Irrigation Technician may install and definitely maintains a course’s irrigation system. They may perform such duties as repairing or replacing valves, satellites, rotors, and pump components. They winterize equipment and run tests in the spring to ensure everything is in working order. Read more

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POGO Turf Pro is the Way to Go

Golf course management requires developing the highest quality turf possible within given environmental and physical limitations. Wolf Creek Golf strives to provide courses with the appropriate tools to maintain a course that meets the satisfaction of the superintendent, members, guests, and club officials alike. Soil testing is an important aspect of managing turf. Read more

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Rain Bird, Defend Your Turf

As the only manufacturer committed exclusively to irrigation, Rain Bird designs fully-integrated end-to-end solutions to address the challenges of maintaining healthy grass and top playability on the golf course. Total integration of each component provides a full system that is easier to manage and runs more efficiently than mix-and-match systems, with exclusive benefits you only get with Rain Bird. Read more

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