XGD at the Moorestown Field Club, NJ

 In Golf Drainage, Golf Infrastructure Improvements, Greens Drainage, Long Term Effectiveness of Drainage, Soil Gas Exchange

XGD Supervisor Keith Kirsch recently completed a 3 green installation at the Moorestown Field Club in south central NJ. We were contacted last fall to come out and take a look to see if our process might be a good fit for this classic 9 hole facility which opened its doors to golf and cricket in 1892. After acquiring measures on the three worst greens GM/GCS John Carpinelli decided to pull the plug, and we were set up to tackle these greens in early March. Due to the crazy winter we are about a month behind on our spring schedule, and still Keith and crew arrived and were able to complete the 3 smallish greens in about 5 working days. Below are some of the pics Keith sent me during the install:

I especially like these last two pics, as I can barely see where the XGD laterals are located. Pretty much sums up what we are all about here at drainage headquarters, the fact that we are in and out in a heartbeat or two, and most importantly golfers can’t even tell we were at their facility.
This is especially true of most of our northern clients, as I know that there are hundreds of members, at hundreds of clubs who probably don’t even realize they have a system like XGD in their greens profile, as our process is completely hidden, working away, when most of us are asleep dreaming. When you wake, your facility is bone dry, and we all likely take that for granted.

So, please reach out to us here at XGD, so we might get your facility some budget numbers on improving your drainage infrastructure, so you can too can wake up to open greens and fairways after your next heavy precipitation event.

Regards, Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer

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