What all clubs can learn about risk management and disaster recovery from the floods, hurricanes and wildfires that disrupted many properties in 2017.
The former Clear Lake Golf Club, which provided enough drainage to save 150 homes after Hurricane Harvey, and the former Inwood GC are being transformed to help control flooding, while acting as green space when there is no rain. Inwood GC will house basins for about 370 million gallons of stormwater. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, […]
Exploration Green, constructed from the former Clear Lake Golf Club, helped save 150 homes from inundation when Hurricane Harvey hit. The project is in its first of five construction phases and will be complete in 2021, and is expected to drain up to half a billion gallons of stormwater and protect up to 3,000 homes. […]
After Quail Creek Country Club in Naples, Fla., was ravaged by Hurricane Irma, the Houston, Texas club stepped in to be the site of the USGA event, which begins November 11. Champions Golf Club sustained 30 inches of rain from Hurricane Harvey in August, but the water subsided quickly. When Hurricane Irma ravaged Florida in […]
Not surprisingly, the reports that we’re getting from Texas and Florida clubs just weeks after Harvey and Irma hit are already more about progress than pain.
The case brought by disgruntled members of the 18-hole community course accuses the Channelview (Texas) Golf Association and its directors of mismanagement. The trial was scheduled to begin in September but then postponed after Hurricane Harvey damaged Harris County courthouses. It now could begin as early as October 23rd.