Newly Constructed Pitches for Barratt Homes at Kingley Gate Continue to Develop Well

With the major works phase of the project complete, Turfdry’s design and construction of new grass sports pitches for Barratt Homes’ Kingley Gate development in Littlehampton is progressing well. 

Ongoing monitoring and maintenance has encouraged the development of a healthy grass sward, whilst a wide range of trees have been planted in accordance with the broader landscaping plan outlined by Barratt Homes for the site.

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Turfdry Invited to Speak at FA Natural Turf Pitch Maintenance Conference

Turfdry was recently invited to give a presentation at the Northumberand FA’s Natural Turf Pitch Maintenance Conference, alongside Ian Powell from the Institute of Groundsmanship and The Football Federation’s Adrian Morris. The conference was held at the beautiful Close House Golf Club - home to the world’s only two Lee Westwood golf courses, as well as a stylish modern clubhouse and some rather chic accommodation, which we were lucky enough to enjoy. 

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Turfdry does the Business at Dyrham Park Country Club

With a heritage stretching back to the 14th century, Dyrham Park Country Club seeks to provide nothing short of excellence for its members, boasting a course designed by C.K. Cotton, and ranked by Top 100 Golf Courses. Given this desire to offer top quality golf, the continued issues with standing water on a number of the course’s greens have proven increasingly intolerable to members and greens staff alike.

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Turfdry Returns to Rayleigh

Delighted with the effectiveness demonstrated over the winter by the comprehensive Turfdry Drainage System using Hydraway Sportsdrain installed on all 18 fairways of its South Course in 2014, The Rayleigh Club re-engaged Turfdry in 2015 to design and implement drainage improvements to the East Course, and expand the earthworks elements on the South Course.

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Turfdry Enjoys a Successful Return to Enfield Golf Club

Turfdry carried out successful works at Enfield Golf Club in 2014,  installing a flood mitigation scheme designed to return the course to play as quickly as possible following flood conditions brought about by the Environment Agency’s construction of a residential flood barrier at the eastern boundary of the course.

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Flood Mitigation Scheme at Enfield Golf Club Keeps Winter Greens in Play

Last year, Turfdry installed a comprehgensive remediation scheme as part of the Salmon's Brook Flood Attenuation Scheme (FAS) at Enfield Golf Club, where the Environment Agency had constructed a substantial flood defence structure to protect against residential flooding in the area - at the cost of transforming the golf course into a flood plain.

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