XGD Master Drainage Plans

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Well, as baseball spring training comes to an end and the real season begins it is a truly inspiring time of year in the golf industry too. Most clubs are becoming thick with golfer traffic and all projects are busy on all fronts. Back to baseball, and my beloved? Toronto Blue Jays face an uphill battle in the titanic fight of the AL East. They will miss the playoffs again save for a Tampa Bay like youth movement. Otherwise the Cubs should win the World Series, but if Josh Beckett is completely healthy he is dominant, as are the Sox.

Returning to the title content of this blog of another new service we are re-offering if you will, the design installation of an XGD Master Drainage Plan for the entire club property. XGD/TDIGolf http://www.tdigolf.com/ used to provide these services years ago as stand alone drainage restoration projects. So not a stretch here in terms of our capabilities and qualifications. By installing our unique fairway version of the XGD Systems Service http://www.greensdrainage.com/ on golf club fairways, our process is again another way in helping our clients provide the best,fastest,firmest conditions across the board consistently at your respective clubs.

So please contact us if you are interested in receiving some budget numbers on our new XGD service, specifically targeted for golf club fairways. We would be happy to schedule a meeting to discuss how we can help provide the conditions your membership expects at your golf club.

Lastly, I digress into current XGD install projects at Westchester CC in Rye,NY which we will be completing by the end of April. I encourage any and all to contact us for a viewing to review a green or two under the XGD knife. Next week we will have a crew in the Cape Cod area of MA, and in early May a crew in the Chicagoland area. As well an XGD fairway install occurs over the next month at Lyman Orchards GC http://www.lymangolf.com/ in Middlefield,CT. This a is a joint project with TDIGolf and architect Mark Mungeam along with the Billy Casper golf management team. Once again, let us know if you may be interested in seeing the XGD fairway installation as well as some of the bunker renovation project being completed by TDI.

Out, Poor Old Dirt & Grass Farmer

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