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IGM Announces the Grand Reopening of Rose Hill Golf Club
When International Golf Maintenance (IGM) took on complete management and maintenance of the Rose Hill Golf Club, Bluffton, SC, in August 2022, the prior company had essentially abandoned the property. Over the past 8 months, IGM has implemented a total start-over, from hiring staff and establishing procedures to repairing equipment and caring for the golf course. While the job is not finished, IGM will celebrate the positive changes with Rose Hill residents and members on May 20, 2023.
Kings Point Golf and Country Club – Executive Golf Course Renovation
Kings Point’s Executive Golf Course has long been known for its beautiful scenery and challenging conditions for golfers at all skill levels. Vesta Property Services and the Kings Point Recreation Corp. Board of Directors wanted to keep it that way and authorized IGM to oversee a full renovation of the course.
IGM and Facing Down Hurricane Ian
As a golf course maintenance contractor, IGM always works collaboratively with course owners, management companies, and homeowners’ associations. When disaster strikes, those relationships are even more valuable. Serving golf courses across the country, IGM has preparedness plans for various weather or water situations, but the aftermath of these events varies.
IGM Signs Rose Hill Golf Club
International Golf Maintenance (IGM) has worked day and night since signing an agreement to restore Rose Hill Golf Club, by taking on all golf course maintenance and golf operations. IGM Regional Manager Tyler Minamyer has seized the opportunity to build an exceptional team, make the golf course the best it can be, and achieve the goals of the Rose Hill Property Owners Association (POA).
Year One at Country Club of Culpeper
In February 2021, IGM began the first of a five-year contract with Country Club of Culpeper, VA. One of the country’s leading golf course maintenance providers, IGM partners with the management of its client golf courses to achieve goals for healthy turf, playability, and budget. While agronomic progress has been made, the Club is already seeing results in membership.
Amanda Fontaine: Growing Up on a Golf Course
Raking bunkers on a golf course was literally child’s play for Amanda Fontaine. Today, it’s part of her job as IGM’s Golf Course Superintendent at The Ledges in Massachusetts. Following in her father’s footsteps, Amanda says she fought the pull to the agricultural world for a long time before giving in and climbing the golf course maintenance rungs to her current role with IGM.
It’s a Dog’s Life on the Golf Course
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.
Superintendents are Golf’s Superstars
Everyone with a lawn knows a lot of work goes into having green grass, from regular mowing and watering to fertilizing and pest control. Imagine being responsible for a hundred-acre lawn that also has ponds, bunkers, and
Building a Baseball Field and Community Ties
IGM is well known in the golf course maintenance industry, but we enjoy having opportunities to expand our services to benefit our communities. A perfect example is IGM’s relationship with the Bear Valley Springs Association. IGM’s golf course crew maintains the BVSA Oak Tree Golf Course, plus we employ a grounds crew to maintain landscaping, parks, and other amenities within the Association’s community. Most recently, it was all hands-on deck to complete a top-quality baseball field.