Tees and Golf

Trees and woods bring many benefits to the golf course. They help to define fairways, provide backdrops to greens and screen vulnerable sections of the course from stray balls. They provide an attractive landscape and help to encourage more wildlife onto the course. Trees can also be used strategically to create a more interesting golfing experience.

Most greens staff are busy managing their grass. Allow us to help you get the most from your trees.

Tree help create dramatic views

Woodlands can add a new hazard to a course

  Tree planting can greatly enhance the course

Tree planting design plans
Golf strategy planning
Woodland management advice
Grant applications
Tree health & safety surveys
Tree surgery
Tree planting & maintenance
Woodland work
Club seminars

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Project Profile:

Loch Lomond Golf Club occupies just over 200ha on the western shores of Loch Lomond, and is one of the most famous courses in the UK. The estate contains many woodland types, including ancient oak woods, mixed plantations from the 18th and 19th centuries, wet alder woods and ancient parkland. Part of the site has SSSI status for its rare lichens. Eamonn Wall & Co are working with the Club to produce a comprehensive management plan to ensure the continued sustainability and biodiversity of the estate.

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