Friday, July 17, 2015
Turf Dynamics came this week to demo the Dryject process. This cultural practice is implemented on many golf courses. We are looking at different ways to improve the playability, aesthetics and most of all the functionality of the putting surfaces and subsurface drainage. This process injects sand into the subsurface profile of the putting surfaces. This is much different than the Drill-n-Fill implemented this past Spring. The Dryject process has minimal disruption to the putting surfaces and doesn't remove material. We are looking into implementing this cultural practice next year during aerification.