Aquadyne held a highly successful draw for a free half pallet of their product at the recent Saltex Show and the two prize winners, Normanton Golf Club and Tilgate Forest Golf Club, have now received their prizes.
Aquadyne is the revolutionary and proven solution for drainage and is made from 100% recycled plastic thereby saving 2 tonnes of Co2 for every 200 metres produced.
Winner Colin Chilvers, Course Manager at Tilgate Forest Golf Club was presented with the Aquadyne by Chris Briggs, Business Development Manager of Aquadyne Distributors Avoncrop Amenity Products. Chilvers says 'winning this prize could not have come at a better time as we have been debating how to drain a spring creating a boggy patch on a fairway and a bunker which tends to flood after heavy rain. Our colleagues at the other seven golf courses within The Glendale Golf Group will definitely be interested in the Aquadyne as well'.
Normanton Golf Club President Jack Fox attended the show and had been asked by Course Manager Dave Crampton to look at the Aquadyne product. Fox says 'I was impressed with the Aquadyne at the show and we are delighted that we've won this prize. We will be using the half pallet for some problem bunkers we have as well as for path edging' The prize was presented by Peter Fell, Sales Manager of Aquadyne Distributors Aitkens Sportsturf.
Aquadyne is being used by some of golf's most respected course managers and greenkeepers and by the nature of the product avoids settlement, compaction, infiltration, migration and drying out as well as being environmentally friendly.