“I am encouraged by the changes that Davey Golf has implemented thus far under the consulting agreement and I am looking forward to seeing more changes and a better golf and customer experience as we move forward,” said Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Fiscal Court had previously agreed to enter into a consulting agreement with Davey Golf while final details of the contract were being discussed and decided.
As part of their investment to the Golf Courses, Davey Golf has brought over $1 million in maintenance equipment and golf carts. With a background in landscaping, the company is making improvements and focusing on the natural elements of the courses.
Davey Golf is a branch of The Davey Tree Expert Company. Davey Tree’s more than 8,600 employees provide tree care, grounds maintenance and environmental consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial and government markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Davey has provided Proven Solutions for a Growing World since 1880 and has been employee-owned for 37 years.
You can learn more by visitng their site at http://www.golfkentoncounty.com/