TurfTalks™: Tree Management for Golf Courses

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Lunch & Learn part of the Turf Republic TurfTalks™ provides the turf industry hyperfocused solutions delivered in less than 30 mins. Jim Nagle, Design Associate at Forse Design will be provide a glimpse into the appropriate selection of trees for a golf course, proper management (removal, replacement & maintaining existing trees); Trees impact on playability, maintenance, aesthetics and player enjoyment.

A golf course would be amiss without shrubs, hedges and trees to make each course unique with varying levels of difficulty. But for golf course owners, sometimes managing these trees can be hard work, especially with the weather becoming more extreme each year. This is why it’s so important to keep on top of tasks like tracking soil nutrition, hiring an expert tree service to make sure they’re well maintained and protect from the elements and watering the course because otherwise, the health of the trees can begin to deteriorate and no one wants to play golf next to dying trees!

So, if you want to learn more about tree care then be sure to join the discussion we will be holding with Jim Nagle. He will also be answering any questions you may have.

Schedule: Wednesday, March 16th at 11:00am

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Jim Nagle – Forse Design
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Tree Management for Golf Courses

Jim Nagle – Forse Design Wednesday, March 16th, 11am. Jim Nagle will discuss appropriate selection of trees for a golf course, proper management (removal, replacement & maintaining existing trees); Trees impact on playability, maintenance, aesthetics and player enjoyment.

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