Getting Ready for Installation Season at XGD

 In Classic Golf Architecture, Golf Course Capital Improvements, Golf Drainage, Golf Infrastructure Improvements, Long Term Effectiveness of Drainage, Soil Gas Exchange

I don’t think I need to bore you with another mention of Old Man Winter rearing his ugly head again. Everyone in our industry is going to be faced with various challenges if spring ever begins. At XGD our biggest challenge is going to be how to try and recover from  being nearly a month behind, and fitting in our spring workload before golf clubs shut us out in early June. Normally, we would have begun over three weeks ago in such areas as the mid Atlantic or Texas, but alas, that is certainly not the case.

So, I turn to this post to ask for a little patience from our clients as we try to fit in our workload. Now I understand that our superintendent clients are generally a fairly patient bunch, but it is their customers at the golf course that lack the patience, which gets passed on to the GCS, and then on down to our installation teams. Every little bit of patience is helpful and would be greatly appreciated by our teams in the field.

An added bonus to our late start has been the procurement of some new trucks to our fleet, as the late start has allowed this transition to occur before the install season gets underway, so all crews can hit the ground running. Below is a group shot of our new crew wheels:

Here’s hoping our diligent staff can keep these babies purring along for many years to come. So please reach out to us at XGD to see if we might be able to assist your facility in bringing your cherished playing surfaces up to another level.

Regards, Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer

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