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Course of the Week: Hart Ranch GC receives improvements from Duininck Golf

By |  February 29, 2024 0 Comments

Photo: Duininck Golf

Photo: Duininck Golf

Duininck Golf will install a new irrigation system on the front nine at Hart Ranch Golf Club in Rapid City, S.D., to improve turf conditions.

“We’re recognized as the top conditioned golf course in Rapid City,” said Adam Wortman, golf course superintendent. “The state-of-the-art controls of the new system allows us to more precisely irrigate putting greens, surrounds, fairways and tees further enhancing our ability to meet customer expectations that come along with being the top public golf course in the state.”
Photo: Duininck Golf

Photo: Duininck Golf

Other course improvements completed by the team at Duininck Golf include:

  • Leveling and realigning several tee boxes.
  • New concrete cart paths.
  • Tree removal.
  • Regrassing projects.
Photo: Duininck Golf

Photo: Duininck Golf

“They have all the tools and seasoned resources to take on projects of any size and complexity, from new courses and total remodels to course improvements and irrigation projects like the work at Hart Ranch,” John Fought, ASGCA, golf course architect, said. Fought prepared the long-range master plan for Hart Ranch GC.

In October 20223, Duininck Golf also completed an extensive expansion and rest0ration project at Valdosta (Ga.) Country Club.


Got a course you want to feature? Let us know!

Is your course undergoing some renovations? Did your course recently host a major event or fundraiser? Send it to Digital Media Specialist Sydney Fischer at sfischer@northcoastmedia.net, and we’ll feature it in an upcoming Course of the Week.

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About the Author: Sydney Fischer

Sydney is a graduate from Kent State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations with minors in Marketing and Advertising. While attending KSU, she held multiple internships and was a reporter for the Kent Stater.


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