Two things: First, I could not have possibly achieved the design you recommended and prepared for us, and I was thrilled and grateful with your final proof. Second, the flags are the talk of the club at this time. Gol...
S.H., Golf Course Superintendent
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Injuries on the golf course are, unfortunately, all but inevitable. A wayward shot will occasionally strike a golfer on an adjacent fairway. Someone will get careless with a cart. As a course operator, you just hope players have the presence … Continue reading
Spray-painting lines along water hazards or out-of-bounds areas may seem like a waste of time, considering some paints wear away quickly. Or maybe you’re concerned about damaging the grass. Try Bayco Golf’s Rust-Oleum Industrial Choice Precision Line Marking Paint. It’s … Continue reading
A golf course with abundant water in the form of ponds, streams and wetlands can be hazardous to one’s score. But a scarcity of water – the drinking kind – is much worse. It’s hazardous to a golfer’s health. You’ve … Continue reading
You’re no doubt familiar with Rust-Oleum, the world’s first (and still leading) rust-preventative paint. But did you know that Rust-Oleum shares golf’s Scottish roots? It’s true. The paint was invented by a sea captain from Scotland who accidentally discovered that … Continue reading
It’s usually pretty obvious when a golfer has hit the ball into never-never land – the big splash is a dead giveaway. Other times, though, there’s a fine line between in and out, and making that line clearly visible is … Continue reading