Lake View Country Club

Lake View Country Club

Irrigation and Syringing (March 4, 2004)
As one of the basic plant needs, water is one of the most critical when it comes to the plant's ultimate survival.

Maintenance Overview (February 28, 2004)
Golf courses across the world are unique, not only in their design but they are also different in their topography, soil conditions, resources, local climatology and so on.

Mowing & Manicuring (February 24, 2004)
In our efforts to provide the membership with the highest quality playing surfaces, mowing and grooming the turf is by far the most labor-intensive procedure performed.

Course Setup (February 18, 2004)
Course set up is typically carried out seven days per week and always for tournaments, weekends and heavy traffic days. Plus, an explanation of pin positions!

Trees: Man's Friend or Golf's Enemy? (February 11, 2004)
Trees have long been known to hinder healthy turfgrass growth, but solving tree problems can be a difficult and touchy issue.

Employee Training (January 29, 2004)
In addition to having a good agronomic plan for the golf course it is equally important to have well trained employees to implement the plan.

Aerification and Topdressing (January 19, 2004)
One of the most important cultural practices that is carried out on golf courses is aerification.

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"The first purpose of any golf course should be to give pleasure, and that to the greatest number of players, without respect to their capabilities."
Dr. Alister Mackenzie

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