In its constant search for excellence, Salobre Golf Resort is currently working on a master plan developed by the renowned designer Mr. David Williams, in which Surtec participates as technical support assisting the property, while developing a comprehensive agronomic planning and a global project of efficiency and optimization in water management.
During last summer, we had the honour of being selected by the Real Club de Golf La Moraleja to provide specialized engineering services and define the necessary works for the modernization of the lakes at La Moraleja 2. These works are part of a global renovation project to improve the sustainability of the club’s facilities. Its completion will result in lakes with up-to-date construction standards that will allow to significantly improve the storage capacity and to improve both water conservation and quality.
We could not be happier to have returned to Colombia to conduct the course “water movement through soil in golf courses”, organized by the Colombian Golf Federation and held in the renown Carmel Country Club de Bogotá. The course was a complete success with a large turnout and it has meant a unique and incomparable experience to us.
Due to frequent torrential rainfall events in this part of the world, and the inability of the existing infrastructure to drain and evacuate water effectively, Mijas Golf entrusted us the job to undertake a project for the renovation the lakes’ hydraulic infrastructure to improve the golf course resilience against flooding.
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.
The construction works for the extension to 18 holes in New Sierra Golf, Murcia, have already kicked off. This long-awaited moment due to the pandemic is now a reality. In this post, you will find out information about our role in this project.
We visited Empordà Golf carrying a drone, 2 GPS equipment and a robotic total station. Teamwork combining drone technology with more traditional topographical methods allow us to complete the irrigation system & golf course topographical survey in record time, and therefore to reduce its cost.
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 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.