Maintaining good water quality is a priority for golfers, wildlife and the environment. Golf courses are diverse landscapes that need to be managed carefully to protect both the land and the water features. Many best management practices routinely recommend that golf course superintendents maintain a vegetated buffer around water features to help filter the water and protect the water feature, as well as provide habitat for wildlife.
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