The sound that every golfer loves to hear when they take a swing at a golf ball is the sound of a pure strike. There is just something almost majestic of about really flushing a ball off the tee or off the deck, and it’s a lot better than the alternative – sculling a ball or bleeding a wage.
There’s also a sound that every golfer absolutely despises after they take a swing at a ball, and that’s the sound of the ball striking a tree (or several trees). It means that you weren’t able to hit the ball clean, it means that you weren’t able to land in the fairway or on the green, and it almost always means that you’re going to be adding a couple of extra strokes to your card.
Of course, there’s a reason why trees are on golf courses in the first place (and it’s not just to “break up the action”). You’ll want to bring the best golf course tree management to your course though to make sure that you’re maximizing the potential of each and every natural element on the grounds.
Finding the right quality golf course tree management service
It’s going to be essential that you find the right golf course tree management service to assist you in not only selecting the right trees for your course, but also helping you strategically placed those trees and then make sure that they stay as happy and healthy for as long as humanly possible.
This can be a bit of a challenge.
There’s real value in choosing the right trees and placing them strategically on your course
It’s difficult because you have to understand that there are a lot of different tree varietals to pick and choose from, each of which are going to acclimate to the South Carolina climate and soil differently than one another.
On top of that, your specific golf course architecture is going to dictate and determine which kinds of trees you should plant and where – which is why you’ll want to have the help of the best golf course tree management professionals at your side every step of the way.
Here’s how we can help you with your golf course tree management
We are going to be able to assist you in not only choosing the right trees for your course (if you are interested in adding some), but we’re also going to be able to help you with the relocation and replacement of specific trees, the strategic removal of trees, and coming up with a game plan to keep all of your “permanent” features as healthy as they can be.
Contact us today!
To jump start this process, or to have any of your questions regarding golf course tree management answered, simply contact us at your earliest possible convenience.
Cornerstone Golf Partners
PO Box 6989
Hilton Head Island, SC 29938
Phone (912) 308‑4019
Fax (843) 363-5799