New irrigation system seen as key to launch revitalization, sustainability plan at golf course
Champion Lakes course built 31 years ago
May 6, 2022 By Turf & Rec
A new irrigation system is in the works for the Champion Lakes Community Golf Course (formerly Champion Lakes Golf & Country Club) in Fruitvale, B.C. as one of its top priorities toward becoming more sustainable. The system is expected to cost upwards of $1 million and will replace the original system installed 31 years ago at the time of the course’s construction. A new irrigation system is seen as key toward the property’s goal of establishing new features for a full revitalization.
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