Cornerstone takes a centerline approach to golf course conditioning. This means we allocate resources to the most vital areas first. Usually that means our priorities work from the middle of the fairway out – because good shots should be rewarded.
And we view the greens like the stars of a movie. They alone don’t make the golf experience, but they will be remembered. So we make sure that memory is a good one. A bad green or an unfair hole placement will quickly edge out that landscape and that beautiful fairway.
Moving outward from the centerline, we make sure to address the areas where wayward shots come to rest. From there, we address the aesthetic appeal of the property. We understand that every square inch of a property is important.
Aesthetics are important, but it’s the playability of the course that brings golfers back again and again.