We participate in the members Annual General Meeting at El Paraíso Golf Club, to explain them our vision and the rationale behind current decisions that are made, and future to be made, regarding golf agronomy and golf course renovations.
What should be the minimum area of a green to have enough hole locations? We break down the key factors to determine which is the available area for conforming hole locations and we go through the methodology that we have developed in the Real Club de Golf de Tenerife to achieve it.
We review the most important aspects for selecting the right bunker sand at the first edition of the Master Corner arranged by the Spanish Association of Greenkeepers.
We share details and particularities of the technical study that we’ve been commissioned to produce to asses the viability of incorporating fairways and collar sand capping in the ongoing drainage improvement project.
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.
Mijas Golf Internacional has selected us to develop the project and plan the engineering works to improve the course from a hydraulic and civil point of view; to renovate the bunkers; and building a new operations center.
Exciting and challenging start point. We finalize the annual agronomical maintenance plan while elaborating an strategic plan for golf course improvements and renovations. It has started with a topographical survey based on photogrammetry with drones.