How to Minimize Rodent Damage Near Golf Bunkers

Rodents cause damage everywhere they go. If you manage a golf course, there are a lot of spots where rodents can go to cause that

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New for 2019: E-Z Edge

Golf course bunkers are aesthetically and strategically designed to enhance a course.  Players interpret bunkers as obstacles.  Often, players refer to bunkers as traps, sandboxes,

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3 Key Ways to Approach Bunker Renovation

Over the last decade, the number of golf courses of varying levels of quality has increased exponentially. This has led to an evolution in the

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3 Things to Look Out for If Your Grass Is Covered In the Winter

If your golf course see’s harsh winter weather as an annual problem. One of the biggest maintenance areas is your grass. Decorative grass and plants

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3 Reasons to Have a Pro Handle Your Bunker Renovation

Although on the surface bunker renovation might seem like a straightforward DIY task, there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye. And if

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3 Reasons to Replace Your Bunker Liner this Winter

Bunker liners don’t last forever, and they tend to cause more and more problems as they reach the end of their lifespans. The edges might

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2 Bunker Maintenance Problems to Look Out for in Autumn

Peak golfing season may be drawing to a close, but there are still several weeks of relaxing weather that’s perfect for golf. Stretch out that

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3 Ways to Make Your Bunkers Look More Appealing

We have listed 3 ways to make your bunker liners look more appealing to your golfers. 1. Place your golf bunkers in front of a hill instead

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Three Reasons to Schedule Your Bunker Renovation This Fall

Renovating your golf course involves a series of trade-offs. Renovations cost money up-front, but they can save your course money long-term and bring in new

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The Advantages That Golf Course Bunker Systems Can Provide

Golf course bunker systems are a key aspect of maintaining any course. Those who are looking for the best way to protect a course would

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