Renovation works are history
Can a golf course really be restored to its original glory without closing it for years and investing millions? Absolutely!
All the factors that lead to the need for renovation are identifiable and the TGC method can address them without interrupting or even significantly interfering with play, and, moreover, do all this cost-effectively!
Improved maintenance and continuous renewal will make renovation unnecessary in the future and will prevent maintenance needs from piling up.
Continuous, efficient maintenance helps avoid problems
The most difficult and costly – and unfortunately very common – problem to overcome are dents, which may be numerous and collect water on the fairways. Often, the greens and teeing grounds also change their shape.
The effective deep aeration of the TGC method can be used to raise the surface of the playing area where needed, and the resulting holes are immediately filled with either sand or a mixture of compost and sand produced as a result of using the TGC method.
The surface can be raised by 1–2cm in one turn. Following a systematic regime allows for a lot of changes to the turf surface. The automation based on GNSS allows for both course mapping and accurate allocation of work.
If you DO need something to be renewed...
People do love occasional change, and therefore sometimes changes to the course layout are required. Previously, this would have meant expensive renovation works.
The machines of the TGC method, combined with earthworks equipment, are ideal for building and repairing individual elements such as greens, teeing grounds and obstacles. Booms with a bucket rotator comparable to a 3-tonne track excavator can be attached to Power. The ability to operate the excavator remotely makes it possible to work up to a very high level of detail.
The excavation hoppers that can be attached to both Trailer and Power make both machines powerful and convenient dumpers that are extremely helpful in the turf while treating it gently.