It’s a Dog’s Life on the Golf Course

2021-10-12T21:25:50+00:00October 12, 2021|Uncategorized|

Green grass, open spaces, and critters to chase – what more could a dog want? Not much, as several IGM Superintendents have found on their golf courses, though the smiles and belly rubs are also popular. With adequate training and familiarity, man’s best friend can be a welcome addition to a golf course maintenance crew.

Golf and COVID-19

2020-03-18T11:04:04+00:00March 17, 2020|Golf Maintenance, Uncategorized|

At IGM, our agronomic professionals work hard to maintain healthy, attractive, and environmentally appropriate golf courses for our clients year-round. In times of emergency, we stay in daily contact with clients to ensure we are meeting their needs as situations change. During the COVID 19 pandemic, some golf courses are seeing an increase in business, while some in resort areas are facing cancelled rounds as people forego travel.

Budgeting Tips: Golf Course Maintenance

2019-09-03T16:19:56+00:00September 15, 2019|Capital Improvements, Management, Uncategorized|

Every golf course should have both business and budgeting plans that account for routine and long-term needs to ensure its long-term success. The biggest operating expense at most clubs is the golf course maintenance infrastructure. Golf course maintenance is our business at IGM, and we have years of budgeting experience to meet any clients’ distinctive needs.

Outsourced Golf Course Maintenance Keeps Municipal Properties Alive

2018-05-04T16:16:39+00:00May 4, 2018|Golf Maintenance, Municipality, News, Uncategorized|

Municipally-owned golf courses have long been an issue of discussion. What is the balance between public entertainment and public needs? How do the costs of golf course maintenance and management reconcile with revenues? Are there hidden costs and benefits? Subsidy vs. self-supporting? In 2015, Golf Magazine ranked Florida as having the most courses and most avid golfers in the country. However,

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