Enhancing the course with recycled wood

Jack's Point Golf Club

New Zealand

Written by: Simon Forshaw

We make all our furnishings from locally sourced recycled materials such as railway sleepers, driftwood gathered from the lake edge and old wood sourced from local farms.

Railway sleepers are used for paths and retaining walls. Driftwood is used for fences, furniture and signs. Farm wood is used for fences, gates, signs and traffic pegs. Tee and distance markers are made from dead stems of the Matagouri tree which can be found throughout the course.

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