Buffalo, NY, July 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Some renovations have been planned at the Nassau Country Club golf course. This storied and historic course, founded in 1896, will have changes to its course and greens as a part of a long term plan for the course. While the Nassau Country Club originally only had nine holes, it became an eighteen hole course and this will be another renovation of the Herbert Strong eighteen-hole golf course. This latest overhaul will be the first since the 1980s.
As a private golf club, it boasts a beautiful course with a warm and welcoming atmosphere permeating through the club. The renovations should preserve those treasured qualities.
With earlier restorations to the course beginning in the 1920’s to the latest round in the 1980’s, the course still has a par 70. The hosting of the 2014 USGA Women’s Amateur Championship that is to take place at the Nassau Country Club spurs the project’s timing, though it has been a part of the overall maintenance and upkeep for the course anyway.
Custom Golf Materials will be working with the Nassau Country Club on this restoration or renovation project. With their years of experience and their expertise in the golfing business, Custom Golf Materials will provide the Nassau Country Club course their latest makeover. A challenge will be to keep the historic feel of the course and add the newest innovations in golf course design and in the aggregate products that make those designs possible.
Custom Golf Materials has been a trusted manufacturer of construction materials for contractors, for towns, school districts, athletic fields and golf courses for over thirty years. The company that holds integrity and honesty as a part of their core values has provided service to over 800 customers throughout the metropolitan area. The materials that they have available include sand, gravel, topsoil mixes and even mulch. These aggregates are primarily used for constructing and maintaining athletic fields and golf courses. All materials are tested regularly and conform to the ASTM and USGA guidelines available.
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