Titanic Golf Club & Verdura Golf & Spa Resort Construction Update

Titanic Golf Club – Construction Update

Since getting underway in April Golftek have been surging ahead with the construction of first phase of the Titanic Golf Club redevelopment. Work commenced on the holes close to the beach and thanks to the naturally sandy site the first 9 holes have been shaped already with grassing due to commence in September. As the first phase nears completion preparations for phase 2, another nine hole loop, have started and European Golf Design were on site over the summer to refine the hole locations and mark out the minimal amount of tree clearance that’s required.

Above – Rough Shaping of new hole along the river

Above – Selective tree clearance for phase 2

Verdura Golf & Spa Resort

Following the devastation caused when a nearby river burst its banks in 2018 14 of the 36 holes at Verdura Golf & Spa are being completely rebuilt. European Golf Design have been assisting the client team during the construction process which is now nearing completion. Originally planned to take 12 months the construction was impacted by an enforced shutdown due to covid-19 and strict safety measure put in place since work recommenced. Following a busy summer the revamped golf holes have been largely shaped and the grassing finally got underway in July. The construction work is due to be complete at the end of October and it is hoped that nine of the new holes will be open for play in the spring 2021 with the remainder opening later in the summer.

Above – Final preparation and hydroseeding roughs

Above – Final preparation of new 6th hole