Project Case Study – Clevedon Golf Club
Clevedon Golf Club
Footpath to 1st Tee
Clevedon Golf Club required a pathway from the Car Park down alongside the clubhouse to the 1st Tee. The ground was becoming badly cut up with the heavy rainfall and they were experiencing wash down & migration of the current surface. We asked them to prepare a hard core base with edges of 50mm for us to lay our rubber into.
We set up our mixing station in the car park and wheel barrowed the rubber and resin mix down to the bottom of the path. We then shaped the surface with a spazzle rake and troweled down the edges. Finally, we rolled the top to compact the rubber crumb to a depth of approx. 50mm and left to cure for 24 hours.
The finished pathway has been well received by the club & members, looking smart running up alongside the clubhouse. As the golfers walk down towards the 1st Tee they will now benefit from a cushioned, porous, non-slip surface. The club benefit from a durable, low environmental impact, maintenance free surface that will last.