It may not be possible to completely eradicate disease and other threats from golf course greens, but superintendents have a number of available resources to keep them at bay.
Thinking beyond the pool walls boosts a club’s usefulness to members, both pre- and post-swim.
The management company will guide the club through the process of developing and executing its new long-term strategic plan that will focus on membership growth and engagement initiatives. The property offers 36 holes of golf, multiple dining options, a Jr. Olympic-sized swimming pool with poolside dining, and four outdoor tennis courts.
The upgrades to the golf course include new drainage and bunker-white sand, new bridges, and a redesigned driving range and practice complex. The club also renovated its junior pool, added a new pool deck, updated furniture, and built a new golfer’s lounge, a wrap-around bar and wine bar.
The renovation of the Lewis and Clark golf course is underway and scheduled to be complete by spring 2015. The invitation-only club’s pool and clubhouse will also see improvements.