Date: Tue 25 Feb 2020

Introducing new EIGCA Bronze Partner Turfgrass

Turfgrass is a world leading golf course development consultancy company, specialising in building the golf courses of tomorrow.

Adare Manor, Ireland

Adare Manor, Ireland

Their extensive knowledge in project management includes; new golf courses, renovations and relocations. This is all underpinned by over 30 years of agronomic expertise.

Established in 1997, with their headquarters in Ireland, Turfgrass have worked on over 250 courses worldwide, with the majority of their work focused throughout Europe. Turfgrass specialise in; site feasibility studies, planning applications, construction specifications and management, water, pesticide and fertiliser sustainability, recruitment and agronomy.

Tralee Golf Club, Ireland

Tralee Golf Club, Ireland

Turfgrass can assist EIGCA members with any aspect of golf development, from inception, construction, grow-in and maintenance. Turfgrass work in close collaboration with golf course architects on all specifications, economic and environmental sustainability, project management and agronomy. Turfgrass can support the legacy of the architect by ensuring the viability, sustainability and longevity of the golf course.

Vidauban Golf Club, France

Vidauban Golf Club, France

Some of Turfgrass’ more recent clients include:

  • Agronomy: Wentworth Club, England; Tralee Golf Links, Ireland.
  • Project Management: Adare Manor, Ireland; The San Roque Club, Spain.
  • Renovation: Golf Club de Geneve, Switzerland; Vidauban Golf Club, France; Österåkers Golfklubb, Sweden.
  • Relocation: Bray Golf Club, Ireland.

Turfgrass have been privileged to consult on four Solheim Cups, ten ROLEX Trophies, the Evian Championship, the JP McManus Pro-Am 2020 and Adare Manor site of the 2026 Ryder Cup. Some of their private clients also include Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy.

For further information please contact info@turfgrass.ie or www.turfgrass.iek

Follow us on twitter @TurfgrassC and instagram @turfgrass.ie

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