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Monarch Beach Golf Links
This course needed a bunker restoration project on a Ted Robinson Sr. design. The bunkers were restored to meet the architects original design. Over time bunkers change shape due to grass cutting and natural elements.
We recently had to complete a wash clean up due to heavy rainfall we have experienced in Southern California. It created an extensive mess and we restored the course back to its original state.
Monterey Country Club
The Santaluz Club
An old, dilapidated bridge was renovated for safety reasons and so that the stone would match the stonework on the country club. Here are pictures before, during, and the finished product with the stone on the face of the bridge. The bridge was also previously flat and asthetically changed to compliment the golf course.
Another bunker renovation we worked on was at El Caballero Country Club. Before the new sand is placed in the bunkers, we are laying a liner called Sand Trapper that helps prevent contamination from the native soil in the bunkers. The bunkers with darker sand are before pictures and the crisp white sand is the new sand that replaced the old sand.
El Caballero Country Club
One of our most recent projects was at Monarch Beach Golf Links in Dana Point, CA. This course had a couple of holes that had drainage issues and some problematic sand cap areas. We regraded and added new drainage to the specified sand cap areas and added new drainage to some of the fairways.
Another project we have recently worked on was at Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula, CA. This was a bunker renovation which we are very familiar with completing. Not all bunkers on the course were renovated but the ones that were turned out really well and all had excellent drainage in the end.
Temecula Creek Inn
Ironwood Country Club
A bunker renovation at The Santaluz Club covering all 18 holes is displayed in these photos. We removed the current sand in the bunkers on each hole and then replaced it with new wedge white sand. The project began around late November and ended in early April. "Recommending Candyl for any golf course construction job is an easy decision...If you are looking for a company to complete the job the way that you would expect it to be completed, Candyl Golf Group should be your choice."-Jeff Miller (Golf Course Superintendent, The Santaluz Club)