Inver Wood Golf Course in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, has tasked Kevin Norby with improving the course's conditioning and playability. One significant part of the $2.2 million renovation is removing and redoing the course's 103,000 sq ft of bunkers (which is being reduced to 54,000 sq ft). "The smaller bunkers will be easier to maintain and by hand raking with bunkers instead of using a sand pro, the sand will last longer and be less prone to contamination," said Norby.
Expected to be completed in November, ahead of the 2017 season, the renovations will also put a new irrigation system in place and enhance the club's practice facilities.
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