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Course of the Week: Mission Bay Golf Course receives new irrigation system from Landscapes Unlimited

By |  September 29, 2022 0 Comments

Photo: Landscapes Unlimited

Photo: Landscapes Unlimited

Landscapes Unlimited recently completed the installation of a new irrigation system throughout the 18-hole executive course at the Mission Bay Golf Course and Practice Center in San Diego, Calif. Mission Bay GC is owned and operated by the city of San Diego.

Closely collaborating with Harvey Consulting and 3-D Enterprises on Mission Bay, Landscapes Unlimited, following the installation of the irrigation system, added a new pump station in August. The overall facility upgrades by 3-D Enterprises include the demolition of the existing clubhouse and the construction of two new buildings, one each for golf and food and beverage operations.

Landscapes Unlimited has worked with the City of San Diego for more than 20 years, involving renovations and design-build projects to help improve and modernize the City’s golf properties.

Photo: Landscapes Unlimited

Photo: Landscapes Unlimited

“Our well-trained field teams thoroughly understand the expectations and requirements of the City and all that goes into making first-class experiences for golfers,” Dave Linngren, vice president of the west region of Landscapes Unlimited, said. “Collaboration and communication with the resident engineer, golf course superintendent, designers, staff, and other stakeholders make for seamless and successful execution.”

Encompassing 46 acres within the Pacific Beach community in the heart of San Diego, Mission Bay’s 2,719-yard, par 58 course was designed by Ted Robinson, former president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA).  It features 14 par-3 and four par-4 holes and is the only golf course in San Diego with night lighting.

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