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Tag: Capillary Concrete

Cub Cadet product demos (Photo: Kelly Limpert)

That’s a wrap: Golfdom Summit recap, part 3

May 7, 2019 By
The 2018 Golfdom Summit was the largest ever, with 20 companies showing their wares to superintendents from around the country. The team at Golfdom at first was nervous about the larger group, but with some nimble planning, the challenge of ...

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Ryder Cup superintendents reflect on their week in France

October 9, 2018 By
Capillary Concrete bunker liner technology was installed on all of the bunkers on the Albatros course at Le Golf National, site of last week’s 2018 Ryder Cup. But that wasn’t their only contribution to the event. Twenty of the 180 ...

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EcoBunker and Capillary Concrete collaborate on Singapore Island CC bunker renovation

July 10, 2018 By
The Bukit course at Singapore Island Country Club (SICC), originally designed by Scottish legend James Braid in 1924, is the venue for a new partnership between two of the worldʼs leading bunker technology firms. At SICC, Capillary Concrete and EcoBunker ...

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Photos: Drew Annan

Man vs. elk

May 3, 2018 By
A mature elk weighs more than 700 pounds. Imagine that stomping around in your bunkers every day. Drew Annan, CGCS at Forest Highlands Golf Club, Flagstaff, Ariz., doesn’t have to imagine it. He’s seen it just about every day since ...

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GCSAA and FEGGA members selected for 2018 Ryder Cup maintenance team

April 10, 2018 By
Ten members of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) and 10 members of the Federation of European Golf Greenkeepers Association (FEGGA) have been chosen to be a part of the Ryder Cup maintenance team at Le Golf National, the ...

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Capillary Concrete

March 29, 2018 By
Capillary Concrete™ is a patented Sports-base drainage and hydrating material. It is strong, environmentally sound and easy to mix and install. It has the ability to drain enormous amounts of water and still keep a minimum level of moisture by ...

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