Green renovation for Florida course

By AML

Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, will reopen its golf course on 1 November following a greens renovation project.

All putting surfaces on the course, plus three regulation length practice holes and the nineteenth 'bye' hole have been returfed with TifEagle ultradwarf bermuda.

Additionally, several of the course's green complexes have been recontoured to slope from back to front and enlarged. Bunkers throughout the 7,401-yard layout underwent upgrades, with a handful of new bunkers installed to create more strategic options and definition.

“We are committed to providing our members with the best playing surfaces and course conditions,” said Bud Taylor, Old Palm's director of golf. “The TifEagle greens offer a pure short game experience that players of all skill levels will appreciate.”

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