By Richard Mandell*
How To Do More With Less
Your tee shot is complicated by a single bunker, perfectly placed, to bedevil you personally, or so it would seem.
Have you ever had that happen to you? Although we sometimes tend to be impressed with spectacular, photogenic bunker complexes lining the sides of a fairway, the fact is that a single properly placed bunker can offer several strategic options to the golfer - and cost much less to build and to maintain.
Orangeburg Country Club - #14
This was the theme of a seminar that Richard Mandell recently conducted at the Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Association (CGCSA) Conference and Show in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
This seminar, entitled How To Do More With Less – Renovation and Construction
, was attended by approximately 40 golf industry professionals. Using several examples from actual golf course projects such as the one described above, Mandell demonstrated some insight into how the art of efficient and pragmatic design can be helpful when presenting budgets to your Board or Green Committee. Give Richard a call at 910-255-3111 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
if you would like to receive a copy of Richard’s presentation of this seminar.
Originally posted by RichardMandell
on 23 Aug 2010.
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