Texan Tierra Del Sol club reopens after renovation project

Texan Tierra Del Sol club reopens after renovation project
By Sean Dudley

The course at Tierra Del Sol Golf Club in Pharr, Texas, has reopened following a US$1 million renovation project.

Work began at the Dave Bennett-designed course in July, and much of the efforts focused on improving the course’s greens, with bermudagrass being put in place, as well as a new sprinkler system.

The work was carried out by Signet Golf Associates, based in Pinehurst, North Carolina. The project cost US$1 million and was funded by the city of Pharr.

“We completely redid our greens from the bottom up; they drain beautifully,” course manager Raul Garza told The Monitor. “We were able to witness a lot of rain in recent days, and the drainage is tremendous.”

Tierra Del Sol plays 6,767 yards and is a par 72. The course’s tee boxes have been levelled out and a new retaining wall has been constructed on the sixth hole as part of the project.

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