Eye of Africa Golf Course

Servest Landscaping constructed the Eye of Africa Golf Course in 2008 and and have maintained the course since then more recently receiving the contract to maintain the estate gardens as well.

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Servest Landscaping constructed the Eye of Africa Golf Course in 2008 and and have maintained the course since then more recently receiving the contract to maintain the estate gardens as well.

The Course is fairly maintenance intensive with complicated bunkering and aggressive kikuyu. Servest has addressed this by planting Cynodon which is much less water dependant than other grass species.

The greens are planted with the A1/A4 bent which due to its very dense growing habits, has proven to be very resilient to Poa Annua infestation.

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