It’s a staggering prospect to understand what goes into bunker construction, and the ways to properly create a well functioning bunker for your game. But luckily, we have some tips and info that will hopefully enlighten you on what’s needed for your bunker, but more importantly, why hiring well-trained professionals is an integral part of improving the quality of your golf-course:
You want your bunker to be dry and not at all impeding with the game. Rain, snow and various elements can impair and cause problems with soil, creating buildup and clogs. In order to rid yourself of this surface-level buildup, a drainage system is not only necessary, it’s an absolutely critical aspect in keeping a bunker free from potential destruction.
2. Bunker Liners
These bunker liners exist to function primarily as protectors of sand. The chances that those clogs and build-ups previously mentioned will do harm can be decreased if a quality liner is used. It prevents soil from contaminating or eroding the sand.
3. Sand Maintenance
You want your bunker to be not only functional, but also aesthetically pleasing. In order to achieve that nice, rich-sand look, there are a few maintenance measures that are taken:
- Properly raking your sand often for a clean look
- Keep sand off the edge; this results in a poorly defined bunker
- Repair divets that have damaged soil
These are just a few methods that keep bunkers on your golf course looking professional and pristine. If you’d like to start construction on a golf-course bunker, or if you’re looking to overhaul one, please contact us today for principled and professional construction.