Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA, has been selected to design and oversee the renovation of the bunkers on the Hills and Dales Courses at Dayton's Community Golf Club.
bunkers have deteriorated over the years and have come to hold a lot of water,”
superintendent Bob Bajek said. “We selected C.W. Golf Architecture for this
project because Chris has an excellent resume with improving golf facilities,
is very experienced and fits well with our team and the improvements that are
plans to implement the Community Golf Club bunker renovation project in the
late summer and early autumn months this year.
the Hills Course, we will add a few fairway bunkers to enhance the challenge
and the aesthetics of the course,” Wilczynski said. “Some bunkers will be eliminated,
and others will be moved. The Dales Course is the shorter of the two courses
and there we will limit the number of bunkers.”
couple of years ago we took a public survey and asked specifically about the
golf facility,” said Andy Marks, a senior engineer in Dayton's Department of
Public Works. “The No. 1 issue people had was the condition of the bunkers, so
that was obvious, and we knew we needed to make improvements.”
“Our goal with the project is to enhance the courses bunkers from a functionality, maintenance, playability, and aesthetic perspective,” Wilczynski added. “Golf courses like this are so important to the growth of the game and for the much needed social and health benefits that they provide to people.”