Before any thought is put into the specific details of a golf course, a location to build the course must first be selected. Everyone has different preferences and ideas about their dream locations but some things are universal when it comes to selecting a space for a golf course. One, most important you are going to need a lot of space. The average golf course in the United States is anywhere between 75-150 acres. Finding an area that is this large and centrally located in a manner that will easily attract players can be difficult. Once you have found a place that meets these requirements, the actual land will need to be surveyed in order to ensure it is malleable enough to build a course on.
Once a site is approved to build on, the idea of the course can start to take shape. Every single detail must be planned ahead of time in order to design a successful course. Everything from the types of grass, the size of streams, any plants, trees, or other landmarks will be planned in this phase. Once there is a strong plan in place, we are able to even form a 3D rendering of the projected outcome of the course. This serves as a strong representation of what the course will be like which can be a powerful tool for those developing the course.
This is the part of designing a golf course, where all of the planning is finally put into motion. The land must be sculpted, the holes must be placed, each curve and contour must be molded into the landscape. All of the greenery will be laid and planted, breathing life into the course. We help to make sure the meticulous details of the course’s plan are being followed, to ensure your course will meet expectations.
Post Course Development
Once your course has been fully developed, we will survey the space, reviewing every detail. When we know the course is up to standard we will help get it the publicity it deserves for recognition. We will also help you plan the grand opening of your golf course.