Maximise the potential of the trees on your course
The understanding of your tree stock and the role it plays on the course is vital to ensure the course’s continued success. Using our expert knowledge, we can carry out a full survey of your existing tree cover and produce a management plan outlining a future vision for your trees and woodland.
The Playmaker treescape plays a huge part in the golfing experience and challenge on a wooded golf and it requires preservation through ongoing management. Often individual trees on the edge of the middle of the fairways – playmaker trees – are integral to this challenge and they therefore need to be preserved for as long as possible and young trees planted to replace them when they are eventually lost.
Our expertise in new planting can also enhance your course by reshaping or narrowing fairways. We can also offer advice on how to manage backdrop woodland outside the scope of play.
Hazard Trees – We can ensure golf club owners fulfil their legal duty of care obligations in relation to hazard trees and the potential risk of harm these pose to members and the wider public.
Ecological Surveys – Biodiversity and careful environment management is an important element of your golf course and creating unique habitats a draw for your visitors. We work with architects, course managers and greenkeeping teams to improve wooded areas to enhance ecological and visual benefits.
Training – Our experts will train in-house staff to identify hazardous trees, the maintenance and formative pruning of young trees and woodland thinning, helping golf courses to manage resources more effectively.
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