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Author(s):Cornish, Geoffrey S.; Robinson, William G.
Author Affiliation:Golf Course Architects, Fiddlers Green, Amherst, Massachusetts
Title:Trees and golf
Translated Title:L'arbre et le golf
Item is a:*Professional
Source:GreenMaster. Vol. 8, No. 1, January 1972, p. 7-9.
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:Richmond Hill, Ontario: Kenilworth Publishing Inc.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Trees; Tree placement
Abstract:Discusses tree placement on golf courses, stating that "trees placed almost anywhere on a golf course add to its interest and beauty if careful consideration is given to placing them"; however "haphazard placement compromises many a great hole." Lists "depth perception"; "shade at tees"; "additional playing interest"; "safety, windbreaks"; "[screening] unsightly views"; and "boundary planting" as potential positive aspects of proper tree placement.
See Also:See also related article "Trees on golf courses" Golf Business, 51(6) June 1977, p. 32-33, 35-37 R=201587 click here
Note:English version, p. 7-9; French version, p. 7-9
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Cornish, G. S., and Robinson W. G. Robinson W. G. 1972. Trees and golf. GreenMaster. 8(1):p. 7-9.
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