8/6/2009

Georgia golf courses were penalized six years ago when the state enacted water conservation measures but now lead the way in water-saving strategies. Mark Esoda, superintendent of the Atlanta Country Club, planted drought-tolerant grass varieties of fescue and zoysia to conserve water. Now Habitat for Humanity and Marriott International are both planting drought-tolerant landscaping recommended by golf superintendents.

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