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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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Why Opt for a Golf Course Water Feature?

Golf course water features help golf course professionals and landowners envision and create beautiful aquatic and land environments on their courses. 

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Acclimating Fish to Your New Pond

When you have a new fish pond. Acclimating your new fish is critical. 

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Securing Your Fish Pond Liner

The edges of your liner are typically secured by burying the edges in a simple anchor trench or anchor shelf.

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Digging a Fish Pond

Now that you have chosen the perfect location for your fish pond and received approval from any local or national regulating parties, you can safely break ground.

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How to Build a Simple Fish Pond

Fishing is one of the best ways to enjoy your summer. With a pond on your property stocked with fish, you’ll never have to drive to the nearest lake again.

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Seasonal Care for Your Fish Pond

Over the course of a year, your fish pond may accumulate organic debris like leaves, grass, twigs, or fish waste.

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