CC of Scranton XGD Feedback
I wanted to drop a quick note on some feedback we have been receiving on our process from Greg Boring, superintendent at Country Club of Scranton in Northeastern PA.
Having completed all the greens at this historic old Walter Travis designed 18, virtually untouched since the original greenpads were laid out, it is a pleasure to hear we are an integral part in the ongoing maintenance of these masterful putting surfaces.
This picture illustrates some of the natural beauty of the this area in PA, and some of the natural beauty in this finely contoured putting green at the CC of Scranton.
Regarding some more feedback on our work from Greg Boring, focuses on being able to reopen the greens within an hour after a major summer deluge of precipitation, normally most members predicted a four hour delay and Greg told them it may only be an hour wait to return the Member/Guest Tournament to play. That is just a single example how our unique subsurface greens drainage process can benefit your club immediately, the ability to open for play immediately after a large rain event can literally save a lost day in terms of vital weekend tournament play, or for a public course counting on greens fee revenues.
Greg also mentions that his greens came through the summer of 2010 virtually unscathed from the rigors of Mother Nature, again he attributes some of that to XGD Systems, and his ability to control the gravitational groundwater table after significant precipitation events.
Give us a call if we might be able to aid your facility, and provide your greens with the ability to control gravitational groundwater.
Later, Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer