The green complexes have been rebuilt on all 18 holes
Putting surfaces have been converted to TifEagle bermudagrass
The course was originally designed by Ron Garl
Fine grading took place around the holes
An extensive renovation project has been completed on the course at Golden Hills Golf and Country Club.
Ron Garl originally designed the course at the club in Lexington, South Carolina, and the recent project has been overseen by course superintendent Chad Berry,
Work includes the rebuilding of the greens complexes on all 18 holes. Putting surfaces have been converted to TifEagle bermudagrass, while various contour modifications have been made to both greens and fairways.
Numerous bunkers have been rebuilt, while improvements to drainage have also been made.
Two tee complexes were completely rebuilt and expanded, and extensive tree removal and limbing took place as part of the work.
Other elements of the project included updates to the irrigation, fine grading around holes for the installation of sod or seed, and the repaving of cart paths.