Golf course causeway


I like the idea of having a causeway over the fescue at a golf course! I found this example at the Grey Silo course in Waterloo, ON. I was actually there for an LPGA tournament earlier this summer. I even got to meet and greet with the German golfer, Sandy Gal. I try to root for her when I watch the women's events. If you'd like to see more bridges, visit Sunday Bridges.

15 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

I'll be hinest, I had to look up the meaning of "fescue", but a German "tolfer"? Your errant finger is at work methinks! :D

Paul in Powell River said...

And my errant finger also! "Honest" honestly!

Cezar and Léia said...

I'd like to take a stroll there...
God bless you!
Cezar

Lowell said...

Nice! I would like to meet the "tolfer," Sandra Gal. She has a wonderful swing. Oh, you were talking about golf. That, too!

Halcyon said...

@Paul - glad I'm not the only one who makes typing mistakes. :)
The 'tolfer' has been fixed. :)

Randy said...

Very nice indeed.

RedPat said...

Cool!

tapirgal said...

I think it would be hard to walk below the path, for sure! It looks delightful.

Powell River Books said...

Good way to preserve the vegetation. We have lots of wooden path sections on our trails in Powell River in marshy areas. It helps the hikers/bikers as well as the plants. - Margy

Lois said...

I learned a new word today..."fescue". Thanks! This is a lovely picture.

hamilton said...

I wouldn't have thought of 'fescue' and 'golf course' as being in the same league. how cool to see a LPGA tournament.

Jack said...

Around here, fescues are common grasses. I like them because they can deal equally well with sun and shade and we get a lot of dappled sunlight.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That's nice that they've made a walkway through/over the course. I like that a lot. Neat you got to meet your pro favorite!

Rebecca said...

It reminds me of a place near me...but the flies attack you when you walk on the bridge. So I stay off.

NixBlog said...

Ahhh... Golf: A good way to ruin a nice walk :-)

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