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Planning Bunker Renovations for the Next Season?

Many golf course costs will always be recurring, especially when it comes to maintenance. The bunkers need to be cleaned, the grass needs to stay the right length, and trees need to be kept trimmed back where they don’t interfere with the course but still provide the right aesthetic. Short-term and long-term improvements can also…

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3 Dangers to Your Bunker Liners on Every Golf Course

Choosing your bunker liners is a big commitment, especially if you have multiple bunkers. Not only do the liners contribute to the overall quality of each course, it should be a choice you have to make only once a decade or so. 3 Dangers to Your Bunker Liners on Every Golf Course What are the…

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Get Your Course Ready for Late Fall and Winter

A November landscape can really transform your golf course. Beautiful autumnal trees have a mix of green and red leaves, the weather is brisk enough without being too chilly, and the sunlight isn’t beating overhead and making the course difficult to peer across. But a shift to November also brings more rain, a downpour of…

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Look For Us At These Tradeshows!

2017 Carolinas GCSA Conference & Trade Show November 13th – 15th, 2017| Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Booth # 119 2018 Golf Industry Show February 3rd-8th 2018 | Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Booth # 1055

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Your Checklist for Buying a Bunker System

System-wide changes to any place of business require a great deal of cost-benefit analysis, and this is especially true on a golf course. The landscape for each game should flow together seamlessly and have different systems and different styles of bunkers throughout the property can damage that effect. But once you’ve decided to change your…

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Reduce Costs with Your Bunker’s Design

Recurring costs can have a draining effect on your golf course. With autumn on its way, it seems impossible to avoid the rain, wind, and bad weather the season brings along with it, as well as the resulting high maintenance costs. But if you’re in the middle of redesigning or updating parts of your course,…

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Is Your Golf Bunker Liner Failing?

Heavy thunderstorms often spell bad news for golf courses. The heavier the rain is, the more bunkers and landscaping can be the target of wind damage and erosion. When it comes to your bunkers, repairs, and maintenance after a storm can be particularly labor-intensive. But if you’ve noticed the following signs of damage, it might…

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How Steep Are Your Bunkers?

Even though most golf courses have the same components — long, winding fairways, tricky, steep bunkers for an element of challenge, and picturesque edges of creeks and trees — each golf course has a unique mixture of these elements and more in order to create the best golf experience for their customers. Whether your golf…

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Three Key Elements Golf Bunker Liner

Having crisp, clean sand bunkers scattered throughout a golf course’s green fairway is an iconic element of every golf course. And while those bunkers, or sand traps, offer just the right edge of difficulty and challenge to keep a golf game engaging and to keep your course looking beautiful, these bunkers can also be one…

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Use Our Straight Line System to Maintain Inclining Bunkers

Even gently inclining sand traps need structural protection and a sturdy barrier that can hold them in place to separate them from the surrounding native environment. A good golf bunker liner offers more than just the ability to grab onto and hold layers of sand in place. If you have sand traps with angles rising…

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