McCullough, Mike
October 2010
NCGA Golf;Fall2010, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p67
The article looks at an issue on the maintenance of bunkers in golf courses. It proposes the idea of determining how much cost or time a golf course facility takes to maintain bunkers in pristine condition. It also suggests that bunkers can be effectively maintained though accurate record keeping of bunker maintenance and frequent evaluations of the experiences of a golfer.


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