The renovation of Loch Lomond - Part 2
Since winter 2017/18 the team at Loch Lomond and golf construction contractors Golflink have almost completed what’s considered to be one of the biggest renovations in British golfing history. Taking place over three consecutive winters, in one of the wettest locations in the UK, 16 holes have been rebuilt, a new irrigation system installed, a full rebuild, extension and new forwards tees added, bunkers rebuilt as well as the renewal of the all-important drainage infrastructure, sand cap and re-grassing plan across the golf course. The last 2 holes are planned to be completed this winter (if no covid lockdowns restrictions)
Following up on the part 1, David Cole MG will continue with how he and his team undertook the massive renovation works.
Presented by David Cole MG, Director of Golf Course and Estates, Loch Lomond Golf Club
David Cole MG
David began his greenkeeping career as an apprentice at Dumbarton Golf Club before joining Loch Lomond as First Assistant Greenkeeper in 1994. After spending 18 months travelling and working in America in 1997-98, he returned to Loch Lomond, becoming Assistant Superintendent in 1999 and then Superintendent in 2003. In 2008 he became Golf Course and Estates Manager, progressing to his current role of Director of Golf Course and Estates. David achieved his Master Greenkeeper Certificate in 2014.