Most golf administrators recognize that their greatest asset is the golf course itself. But to faithfully protect that investment, there needs to be an attitude of continual improvement.
Each action of that improvement is a puzzle piece that must coordinate with other pieces if it is to complete the picture – the master improvement and/or phasing plan itself, which is very much like a road map that guides the golf course through time, with each phase being a mile marker.
Improvement plans can be implemented in three to five phases, which minimizes disruption of the golf course and manages capital expenditures. But there are numerous cases in which the course elects to perform all of the work at once. Whether by one step or multiple phases, Hurdzan Golf Design employs a proven and methodical approach when formulating such a plan, one that begins several rounds of introspective discussions with golf course representatives to clearly understand their objectives and ends with a master plan that reflects all viable objectives.
Much like a marriage, the master improvement plan has its ups and downs and doesn’t necessarily proceed in a straight line. But with enough give and take, a sincere care for the golf course and the right “counselor” in Hurdzan Golf Design, the results can be executed, effective in their intent and gorgeous in the final form.