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Going Green: Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses: Part II

By reducing chemical use and water consumption, in addition to finding alternative energy sources like solar and geothermal, golf courses are more eco-friendly and aesthetically pleasing than ever before.

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Going Green: Environmentally Friendly Golf Courses: Part I

Many of today’s golf course owners and operators strive to make their greens greener than ever before. Environmentally accountable and sustainable courses are on the rise. 

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The Ecological Value of Golf Course Water Features

Turtles aren’t the only animals enjoying their time on the links. Researchers also crafted a summary analysis of a variety of studies that compared golf courses to other types of green space.

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Turtles Find Refuge in Golf Course Wetlands

Something may be lurking in your water hazard—and it's not just errant golf balls from duffers. 

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Water Quality Fast Facts for Your Golf Course Water Feature

The recommended steps to protect the water quality of your golf course and its water features include, but are not limited to, these fast facts and industry tips.

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How to Protect Your Water Quality with Golf Course Water Features

In recent months, environmental issues including stormwater retention, preservation of wildlife habitats, and wetland preservation and mitigation on golf courses have received increasing attention. 

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Visual and Auditory Impact of Golf Course Water Features

Water features that take the form of creeks, rivers, lakes and ponds have numerous purposes on your golf course. 

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Golf Course Irrigation Ponds and Lakes

Irrigation ponds are typically quite large, and grow even larger as irrigation systems get bigger over time. 

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Golf Course Water Features: Then and Now

Older courses often found natural features to utilize, like placing greens near narrow streams. However, as development encroaches around a golf course, urban runoff increases substantially. 

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Golf Course Water Features: Industry Secrets

As America’s leading golf course pond liner company, we have a few industry secrets on how to use golf course water features strategically. 

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