Golf Course reservoir project underway


December 2, 2021

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Construction of the irrigation reservoir on the links at the Touchet Valley Golf Course is close to completion this week, and excavation may be finished with another three or four days of work, weather permitting. A pond liner will be installed. The reservoir is less than one acre in size, much smaller than one of Mike White's divots, and will allow the course to be watered overnight.

DAYTON–Columbia County Public Works equipment has been busy on the Touchet Valley Golf Course, digging a nearly one-acre irrigation reservoir as part of a comprehensive plan to renovate the course's sprinkler system.

Excavation of the reservoir has been underway for approximately three weeks, as weather and work schedules at Public Works permit, said Sean Thurston, chairman of the Touchet Val...

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