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Some top tips to help protect your Golf Course this Winter suggested by our Head Greenkeeper 1


Carry If You Can

Carrying your golf clubs decreases the amount of wear caused by trolley wheels, particularly around the greens and tees. This can also save you a lot of time on your round and saves the greenkeeping team time in the spring having to repair and most often re-seeding damaged areas.

Following Traffic Management

Ropes and stakes will direct golfers away from certain areas of the golf course that may have become damaged, waterlogged or unfit for play. This isn’t done to annoy you but it’s imperative these are followed not only to protect the golf course but also for the safety of golfers. If you are using a buggy or a trolley it is vital that you stick to the pathways at all times apart from the 13th, 14th and 15th where they are not available can you please stay in the rough and not enter the fairways.

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