Apple Mountain Working on Course Bunkers This Spring

Apple Mountain Working on Course Bunkers This Spring

FREELAND – In keeping with a reputation for great playing conditions Apple Mountain plans to complete an extensive bunker restoration project this spring.

Work started in late February. Over 600 tons of new sand is being added the 33 greenside bunkers on the course to improve playing conditions, consistency and course aesthetics. Crews have also repaired or replaced underground drainage tiles in each bunker to improve their playability following inclement weather.

In addition to the greenside bunkers, the waste bunkers on holes 7, 12 and 13 are being refreshed and the large bunker that formerly separated holes 13 and 14 has been filled in and seeded.

Apple Mountain opened 20 years ago and has been consistently recognized for its playing conditions. John Sanford designed the playable course with four sets of tees and generous fairways.

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