Chart Hills reopens renovated course

By Alistair June 20, 2021 08:22 Updated

Chart Hills Golf Club has officially relaunched, following an intensive year-long redevelopment.

Led by Director of golf, Anthony Tarchetti, and course manager, Neil Lowther, the club has been subject to a total property renovation.

Every fairway has been completely stripped, exposing the bare soil. The maintenance team then laid thousands of metres of irrigation piping down before more than 30,000 tonnes of sand was shaped onto the holes to produce a four-inch capping. The finishing team spread Creeping-Rye seed on each fairway area before the watering and fertilisation processes began.

Despite a challenging winter, the club has been able to make great strides in continuing the renovation of the clubhouse area and green complexes, while applying the finishing touches to the new fairways. There has also been a complete bunker overhaul to manicure all 100+-plus of Chart Hills’ famous sand traps.

“We have made enormous strides and are hugely proud of the product we will be presenting,” commented Tarchetti.

“While the work has been significant, we absolutely will not rest on our laurels. This is just the beginning of a road of continuous improvement at Chart Hills, with plans already in place to continue developments over the coming years.

“We are extremely excited to welcome our members and their guests back to the club in the coming months.”


By Alistair June 20, 2021 08:22 Updated

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