Pros playing in the U.S. Senior Open this week at Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club, looking east earlier this month, will have well-watered greens. The club has adopted a variety of water-saving practices over the years, Bob Kunz, Del Paso’s general manager, said. In 2004, the course underwent a $13 million redesign and renovation that included capping the fairways with sand that allows water to percolate through the soil more efficiently.
Pros playing in the U.S. Senior Open this week at Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club, looking east earlier this month, will have well-watered greens. The club has adopted a variety of water-saving practices over the years, Bob Kunz, Del Paso’s general manager, said. In 2004, the course underwent a $13 million redesign and renovation that included capping the fairways with sand that allows water to percolate through the soil more efficiently. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Pros playing in the U.S. Senior Open this week at Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club, looking east earlier this month, will have well-watered greens. The club has adopted a variety of water-saving practices over the years, Bob Kunz, Del Paso’s general manager, said. In 2004, the course underwent a $13 million redesign and renovation that included capping the fairways with sand that allows water to percolate through the soil more efficiently. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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June 23, 2015 4:33 PM

Despite drought, Sacramento golf course gorgeously green for U.S. Senior Open

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