We define the foundation and general guidelines of the agronomy strategy to be implemented in the next few years, working side by side with the golf course Owners and the Head Headgreenkeper.
A touching visit that shows a firm commitment to sustainability, including the implementation of practices and measures that make it possible to preserve resources, habitats and biodiversity.
A turning point in the Club’s water management strategy. We share details and particularities of the pump station at La Peñaza. A state of art pump station, digitalized and highly efficient.
We have carried out an intense and meticulous work together with the greenkeeping and irrigation team at RSHECC, so that the flow management by the central computer is carried out according to the reality of the existing system.
After a dramatic drop in temperatures, we update the technical article “Frost and the importance of frost delays: let’s preserve the quaility of the golf course”
We have completed the topographical survey of the oldest golf club in Spain, the Real Club de Golf Las Palmas, combining the use of drone imagery and GPS.
We supervise and certify the irrigation renovation works on holes 4 and 13. This is part of a full irrigation system renovation of 18 holes that is being run in phases.
We are glad to announce that we are already working on the renovation project of the irrigation system at the Real Club de Golf de Tenerife; one of the oldest clubs in the Spanish geography.
On October 30, 2.020, was the 5 year anniversary of the full renovation of holes 10 to 18 of the Real Club de Golf Las Brisas, where we were honoured to be involved as project managers.
Pablo Muñoz Vega highlights how crucial it is to perform an irrigation audit before any investment in a system is made – no matter how obvious the solution may be. This can be read also in page 80 of the october issue of the Golf Course Architecture magazine.