Full course description
In this course, you'll have the opportunity to explore some of the greatest classic golf architects who built courses from the 1880s through the 1920s and some contemporary golf course architects. You'll also learn about the methods of putting green construction and maintenance and examine bunker construction, maintenance, and expenses. Additionally, you'll explore routine cultural practices, such as thatch management, soil pH control, turf cultivation, rolling, topdressing, and localized dry spots, which are essential for proper golf course management. Lastly, you'll discover the strategies used to manage golf course diseases, which are crucial for ensuring a healthy and safe environment for golfers.
This course is a non-credit course that is part of the College of ACES suite of online programs. Learn more about online programs and explore ways to apply your work toward a degree program at College of Aces Online Programs (External Website).