White Horse Contractors sets the industry standard for golf course construction, drainage and maintenance.
With a series of high profile clients, the White Horse Contractors team has completed golf courses across the UK and Europe with services including:
White Horse Contractors uses specialist trenching machines to cut minimum-width drainage trenches to a laser controlled depth and grade, lay a collector drain into the clean, spoil-free trench and convey trench arisings directly into low ground-pressure transport to be removed, or used elsewhere on the site.
Finally White Horse Contractors’ company owned low ground-pressure backfilling units are used to deposit permeable fill, to ensure that no contamination to the existing turf occurs. All this is undertaken in a single operation and with minimal disturbance to the golf course playing surface itself.
As specialist golf course contractors we can prove a complete service for golf course owners.
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Queenwood Golf Course
WHC were appointed to carry out renovation works to 18 greens in just 10 days. ..
Construction of a new eighteen hole golf course to replace a small nine hole one.
“White Horse Contractors has worked with us and for us on many new and established golf courses during a 20-year period and I have never known a better or more efficient company with which to deal. The company has excellent design abilities, but is also equally happy to implement the plans of other golf course drainage consultants. White Horse Contractors gives every job its full attention and sticks rigorously to plans and specification. The company’s ‘tidying up’ after a job is exemplary, but rarely needed due to the standard of its workmanship.”
Donald Steel, Donald Steel and Company, international golf course architects.
“This was an excellent job. White Horse Contractors listened to our requirements and was thoroughly professional in its undertaking. The ‘course closed’ sign is a distant memory. The company will be back as our programme continues.”
Paul Weston, Course Manager, The Drift Golf Club.