Eagle Point Golf Club Hosts PGA Tournament While Focusing on Water Conservation Measures
Eagle Point Golf Club in Wilmington North Carolina, host of the 2017 Wells Fargo Championship, has made it part of the club’s legacy to implement measures, including giving away 218 acres as a conservation easement to protect a delicate shellfish estuary, to conserve the quality of area water from being contaminated by activities both on and off the golf course. To read more about these efforts, click here to read the entire article.
Draingarde catch basin covers prevent 93% of pesticide and fertilizer point source pollution, prevent organic matter from aeration, topdressing and verti-cutting from entering drains and protect sprinkler heads and yardage markers from being damaged during maintenance activities. Watch this video and see this BMP in action!