Arguably the top priority for any successful golf course, is not its design but its condition.
One of Greg's services involves what's referred to in the trade as an 'agronomy audit'. This involves taking several agronomic tests - where samples of the soil and grass quality are taken and analysed - thus providing a detailed picture of the condition of the ground.
By doing this, quality aspirations can be met and long-term issues and problems can be tackled in the right scientific way. Ultimately, this ensures that the end product meets the needs of the club - which is, naturally, to delight players and attract new members.
Construction & Grow In
Like building a house, if you get the foundations wrong the project is bound to fail. Greg Evans has several years of experience constructing, growing in and opening golf courses. Beautiful green rye grass fairways, challenging creeping bent greens or top traditional surfaces are all achievable.
To keep a course in top condition, it is important to understand the fundamentals of what makes a grass plant sustainable. A great playing surface requires an up to date maintenance plan.
Remember though that a successful golf course is a trade-off between agronomic practises and playability. Greg can help you to get the balance right and you can watch your course’s reputation grow.