By partnering with IGM to handle maintenance operations, golf course owners and managers have more time and energy to focus on their core business.
IGM’s renovation of Sebastian Municipal Golf Course is on pace for 18 holes of new grass to be open in November! Working nine holes at a time, Superintendent Chris Eckart is overseeing a complete regrading, replanting, and fertilizing project at the course.
Municipal entities typically own golf courses as a community benefit and desire a budget-neutral operation, at minimum. With years of expertise in golf course maintenance, the IGM team is uniquely qualified as a partner in achieving that goal.
When IGM undertakes a golf course’s maintenance operations, we need reliable employees to handle the daily work of mowing, landscaping, maintaining equipment, and other tasks. Our first choice is to interview those employees who are already familiar with the course and its challenges.
It takes expertise to understand the agronomic side of golf, such as the best turf grass for specific climates, environmental regulations related to plants and wildlife, and measuring moisture levels. At International Golf Maintenance, we have all that expertise and much more.
Owning a golf course is a major investment, whether for a private owner, homeowners’ association, or municipality. Positive Return on Investment is a vital component of ownership.
Mike O’Neill has been the director of golf at Chicopee Country Club for two years, but he had played the course at least annually for years prior to taking the job.
Widow’s Walk Golf Course has retained its designation as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program.
A recent management change at Lake Ashton Golf Club in Lake Wales, FL, made it clear to the owners they needed some expertise to maintain the golf courses more cost-effectively. In May, they brought in IGM, Inc., with whom they had previous experience at two other area courses.
Golfers visiting Las Vegas are drawn to two beautiful Rees Jones-designed golf courses that promise high-end performance: Rio Secco and Cascata Golf Clubs, owned by Caesar’s Entertainment. Each course brings challenges and renown to the golfing experience, and IGM is proud to be the maintenance contractor for both.