Meet CapillaryFlow at ASGCA Annual Meeting 2023!
October 2, 2023
October 4, 2023
We are thrilled to attend American Society of Golf Course Architects Annual Meeting 2023!
We will be showcasing our latest solutions, aimed at enhancing the golf experience. Our offerings include the patented Capillary Wash Box, Capillary Edge, Capillary Bunkers, Capillary Geothermal, Capillary Hydroponics, and how they all blend together the perfect golf course experience. Learn more about each product below.
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Interested in a one-on-one discussion? We'd love to dive deeper into how our solutions can meet your needs. Schedule a meeting with us further below or drop by our booth. We look forward to seeing you!
About the event
The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) Annual Meetings have a long-standing tradition dating back to their inauguration in 1947 in Pinehurst, North Carolina. These meetings are signature events for ASGCA members, including interactions, innovation, and education between fellow architects and invited industry leaders. Previous locations for the meeting have spanned across various cities in the United States, with 2022's meeting held in Providence, Rhode Island.
The meetings are a valuable opportunity to meet both new and established golf course architects, industry leaders, and award recipients such as the 2023 recipient of the ASGCA Donald Ross Award Frank Jemsek, owner of Jemsek Golf. Additionally, two new members, Joel Hornickel and Garrett Wasson, have recently joined ASGCA.
ASGCA meetings represent a professional environment that promotes innovation and collaboration, crucial attributes for their members as the industry adapts to new realities in golf and course architecture.
The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) is a professional organization comprising golf course architects in America, and was founded in 1946. The ASGCA focuses on the design of new golf courses and the renovation of existing courses in the United States and Canada. The society's members have completed a minimum of five major golf course projects and are peer-reviewed by the ASGCA membership. ASGCA architects play a significant role in shaping the golfing landscape and ensuring the quality and sustainability of golf courses. The ASGCA promotes the highest standards in golf course architecture, emphasizing environmental considerations, playability, and aesthetic appeal. The society publishes resources, conducts research, and collaborates with golf industry stakeholders to advance the field of golf course architecture and contribute to the overall development and improvement of golf courses.
A bunker liner that creates optimal playing characteristics in all weathers and seasons
Grow strong and durable grass with significantly less maintenance and environmental impact
Patented geostructure to drain rapidly and retain moisture at surface level