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Good greens: a price to pay

Posted by mynormas on December 7, 2011


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There is a price to pay to being the perfect or keeping a golf course in perfect condition. And it is not just about the money. It is also the cost of using all the extra chemicals, fertilizers and cultural practices to the environment. I guess the next time we hear someone comments about the state of Malaysian golf courses, at least we can say “Our golf courses are safer for our environment”. Yeah. Right.

One article in the latest issue of Asian Golf Business discusses about whether golfers are spoiled in wanting nothing at all to spoil their golf game – in the context of golf course conditions.

I do agree on one thing: most golfers want green speed faster than what they can handle. I never could understand that. Even at 8feet they will be 3-putting and they want the greens to be at 9feet.

Get your copy of Asian Golf Business Nov/Dec 2012 for the full story (about the golf course conditioning, not the golfers).

 

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