New Seabury CC Press Release Featured in “Golf Course Architecture”

 In Bunker Drainage, Fairway Drainage, Greens Drainage, Greens Regrassing, William Mitchell

In the June 20th digital edition of Golf Course Architecture, editor Adam Lawrence recently featured an XGD press release on a regular client of ours on Cape Cod.

At this course it mentions an XGD trifecta in the release noting we have completed several greens, fairways and bunkers with our XGD drainage system. As well, about 3 years ago we also regrassed three greens through a resodding effort after installing our Classic Greens Drainage system “in the dirt”. This process involves firstly stripping existing greens sod, XGD installed in the dirt, and then new bentgrass sod installed. Most certainly several other XGD clients are researching this method as a way of modernizing their classic pushups without rebuilding:

So please reach out to us if we might be able to furnish your facility with some budget numbers to set the the wheels in motion for some more modern putting surfaces at your club in the future.

Regards, Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer

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  • Mike Parksons
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    It is true that drainage is always a serious problem rain after rain if not handled properly. It’s one of the serious golf course business threats. And so it is a good thing that there are groups that thought about the problem and crafted a system to address it effectively.

    Mike
    CesarsGolfRentals.com – List of Miami Golf Courses

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