GREENS BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS:

#2 Before

#2 After

#5 Before

#5 After

In 2017, The Ridge Golf & Gardens (Formerly known as Buck Ridge) was purchased by new owners and a major course restoration/reinvention project began.  Heading this massive effort was Superintendent Nick McAdow.  Nick came to us after being the Superintendent of Upper Landsdowne in Pickaway County.

Restoration & Improvement Projects Include:

2018

  • Greens Restoration – Deep Tined, Aerated, and Transplanted Sod
  • Bunker Restoration  – Over 100 ton of sand was needed to restore the bunkers
  • Cart Path Restoration – Over 200 ton of gravel spread
  • Renovated Parking Lot and Driveway
  • Creation of Railroad tie raised Gardens
  • Creation of Front Sign Garden
  • All new signage, Front and Hole Markers
  • New Tee Markers
  • Creation of Greenside Garden on Hole 1
  • 73 New Trees Planted
  • Fixed Irrigation System
  • Pond Renovation (Hole 3)
  • Pavilion Restoration/Transformation for Rock The Ridge
  • Repaired all Bridges

2019

  • Creation of Entrance Garden
  • Creation of Greenside Garden on hole 14
  • Cart Path Restoration. Over 300 ton of gravel spread & counting
  • New Trash Cans Throughout Course
  • Creation of Gardens Around Each Hole Sign
  • Pond renovation (hole 17, 18)
  • New Cart Barn Built
  • Cleared Creek Beds on Hole 5/6 & Hole 16
  • Finished sand trap renovations
  • Painted all fences and bridges
  • Aerated Greens, Tees & Fairways
  • 12 New Spruce Trees Planted
  • Mulched All Course Trees
  • Creation of New Flower Bed Near 10 Tee Box
  • Executive Golf Simulator Suite Installed
  • Over 300 Lb. of grass seed planted

2020

  • Extended Patio Area and installed Live Edge Bar Tops
  • Planted 31 Arborvitae lining driveway
  • Created Rose Garden next to patio
  • Cart Path Restoration. Over 800 ton of gravel spread & counting
  • Installed LED Fountain on 18 Pond
  • Painted Silo
  • Fixed sand trap drainage
  • Painted all fences and bridges
  • Aerated Greens, Tees & Fairways
  • Mulched All Course Trees & Flower Beds
  • Over 200 Lb. of grass seed planted