Golf course agronomy

“There can be little doubt that the poorer the Club the more important it is for it not to waste its small funds in doing the wrong kind of work, but to get the best possible advice from its inception”. Dr Alister Mackenzie

iTurf Management Limited have extensive knowledge in the construction and maintenance of golf courses, recognising the agronomic importance of soil science, plant biology, plant pathology and plant physiology alongside nutrition, irrigation, and drainage. Understanding first principles allows the agronomist to identify the underlying cause of specific turf issues and determine a solution to achieve results on the course. Playing Quality Measurements are also employed to measure success.