The Association is refurbishing the 43 bunkers at the Canyon Lake Golf Course by reshaping each bunker to its original shape, adding new sand and making necessary drainage and irrigation repairs.
Bunkers are a common occurence on golf courses,as they often create an obstacle for the golfer to play out. At the Canyon Lake Golf Course there are 43 bunkers. Traditionally, bunkers are reshaped and re-sanded every five to seven years. However, the last time the Canyon Lake Golf Course had this done was in 2009. At the present, the bunkers are in poor condition. Years of edging expand or shrink the bunkers causing them to lose their shape. There are also drainage issues with the bunkers. This has affected the playability of the course.
- Enhanced irrigation
- Will reduce excess water run-off at each bunker which will improve playing conditions and preserve the condition of each bunker
- Improved aesthetic and strategic playability of course
- Hard-packed surface that currently limits the course functionality will be replaced with new SCGA approved sand
SCOPE OF WORK
The Association has contracted Sunrise Golf Construction for this project. They will be reshaping 43 bunkers to their original shape, clearing drains and making necessary drainage and irrigation repairs. Work will begin on Monday, June 19, 2017. The project is expected to take three months to complete. Work will commence at holes 10 and 11, from there the crew will work on holes 1 through 18 in numerical order. Workers will try to not interfere with play, however, there may be small delays in play due to the work.
Start Date: June 19, 2017
Estimated Length: 3 Months
Board Approval Date: June 6, 2017
Line Item: Reserve Items #1006 & 1007
Approved Amount: $198,007.65