The Bush Connection

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I had to spend several days on the Maine coast recently scoping out our XGD project at Cape Arundel GC there in Kennebunkport. We just missed “W” who was late arriving for his tee time with significant entourage. The Bushes are quite well known for their summer retreat and play at Cape Arundel. As well, another XGD connection regarding another client at Merion GC where the Walker Cup will soon be attested. The Walker referred to is actually “W”‘s grandfather who founded the event in the earlier part of the last century.

Our installation staff at TGC is humming right along presently, and earlier greens are exhibiting a zero footprint visibly, while below the sod line these greens are benefiting tremendously. The native back fill used during this greens restoration process is truly unique and is rarely attempted in this industry. That is due the special soil conditions we have at Toronto Golf, and its close proximity to Lake Ontario, which exhibit a sandy, linksy feel to the club, especially after the course restoration being undertaken by TDIGolf under the observation of Dr. Martin Hawtree and his associates. The sandy native soil conditions lend itself to a lot of fescue being seeded and sodded on this project.
Our busy fall XGD installation season begins humming right along in a few weeks south of the border with confirmed major installs being completed at Cape Arundel GC firstly and then on to such fine clubs as Westchester CC and CC of Scranton. Please contact us to set up a viewing of our operation, as we all over the Northeast this fall and will probably be at a club near you, so give us a holler if you like.
Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer
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