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Remedy Oak Golf Club to invest in USGA greens

May 21, 2014

The Directors of one of Dorset's most prestigious golf clubs, Remedy Oak ( www.remedyoak.com ), are delighted to announce that the course will benefit from a further £500K investment in order to reconstruct the greens to the latest USGA (United States Golf Association) specification.  This will continue to make them among the best greens in Dorset and across the region.

The works, planned to take place in late summer 2014, will see the current rootzone on all the greens replaced with USGA specification rootzone and the existing grass re-laid on top to maintain the current contours, slopes and characteristics of the greens.

Nigel Tokely, Director of Golf at Remedy Oak, said: "We are always looking to invest in the course for the benefit of our members and this significant investment in the greens will allow us to have free-draining greens all year round.  This is important as, with climate change, we seem to get more rain each year."

Remedy Oak is a prestigious and unique Golf Club located in the heart of the Dorset countryside.  The course is set out over 256 acres of ancient woodland, and benefits from significant investment, which include a state of the art irrigation system and exceptional clubhouse facilities.  A limited number of membership opportunities are currently available; for more information call 01202 812070. 

Remedy Oak can be found here:

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LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/company/remedy-oak-golf-club

Internet:  www.remedyoak.com








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