Texas club undergoing greens, bunker renovation

Texas club undergoing greens, bunker renovation

Heritage Links overseeing project at Cimarron Hills Golf & Country Club.

June 26, 2017
Construction Course News
Cimarron Hills Golf & Country Club’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course will soon undergo an extensive greens and bunker renovation. Work begins July 5 and is expected be completed by Oct. 1.The course will not close to member or guest play as temporary greens will be cut on all holes.
   
Heritage Links is overseeing the project which includes returning green complexes to their original size and shape and utilizing Champion Bermudagrass on the putting surfaces. In addition, bunker renovations will include updated drainage, new bunker liners and new bunker sand in all greenside and fairway bunkers.

“We appreciate the patience, flexibility and cooperation from our members and guests during this time,” said Jeff Thomasson, PGA, general manager and COO, Cimarron Hills Golf & Country Club. “The end result of this greens and bunker renovation will be an improved golf course and golf experience for members and guests. We’re excited to get started.”

Managed by Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon, Cimarron Hills Golf & Country Club opened Jan. 1, 2003. The 7,300-yard course meanders through rolling hills and is lined by oak trees.