Why Golf Course Aeration Is Important

Josh Kelley

Josh Kelley

SwingU Instructor

One of the worst phrases a golfer can hear before their round is, “the course was just aerated.” However, aeration is a necessary part of keeping a golf course in the best possible shape throughout the season and over years of wear and tear. 

In order to better understand aeration, why it takes place and what its benefits are, we talked to Atlantic City Country Club superintendent Mark Beaumont to learn more about the process and why it’s needed to keep the course healthy. 

 

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