Conservation: Broken Tee Golf Course at Englewood saves 28% in 2014

Broken Tee Golf Course via Golf Digest
Broken Tee Golf Course via Golf Digest

From the Englewood Herald:

High-end irrigation control plus cool, moist conditions helped the Broken Tee Golf Course at Englewood reduce annual water use by 28 percent this year.

Through Sept. 30, the computer-controlled irrigation system had applied about 62.5 million gallons of water to the course. That usage was down almost 20 million gallons from the 2013 total of about 86.2 million.

No treated water was used on the golf course. The irrigation water came from the South Platte River, the lakes on the course and wells on the course property.

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