Protecting Native Species Lowers Costs and Improves Course

Protecting Native Species Lowers Costs and Improves Course 

Venice Golf & Country Club, Florida, USA.

 

Venice G CC 2Venice was having problems with wetland buffers due to the invasive Brazilian Pepper plant, which can reach heights of 30 feet. Removing it allowed re-establishment of the native flora and fauna, creating the feeling of a more open golf course – and saving annual maintenance fees of approximately $5,000. Find out more and access the Verifier Report on the club profile...