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It's a popular activity for visitors and locals alike, but soon golfers in California might be seeing their greens turning a different colour. In the face.


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Please log in, or sign up for a new account to continue reading. In California, an average hole golf course sprawls over to acres and conservatively uses almost 90 million gallons of water per year, enough to fill Olympic-size swimming pools, said Mike Huck, a water management consultant who works with golf courses statewide. Articles Images Videos Commented Articles New Mexico governor issues new public health order ahead of holiday weekend Self-quarantine of visitors to New Mexico presents challenges Four workers infected at Applebee's; restaurant closes temporarily Unmasked candidate says government can't tell her what to do Webber: Santa Fe virus spike from locals, not visitors Beloved author revered as Chicano literature pioneer Santa Fe Public Schools releases overview of plan for reopening Video shows suspect ignored multiple orders to put down knife before charging officers Governor's Office urges Chama to cancel July 4th fireworks Santa Fe City councilor questions benefit of belonging to LANL coalition. Breaking News Subscribe.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Home News. Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, down the road in San Diego County, tore out almost 19 acres late last year and replaced it with sandy beds dotted with brightly colored yellow, purple and white desert plants for an eventual water savings of 13 million to 15 million gallons a year, Fleming said. Click any reaction to login. The rebates have become so popular with the industry in Southern California that the regional Metropolitan Water District is talking about creating a lifetime rebate cap and taking other measures to avoid maxing out its funds. Golf courses are starting to find out what that will mean for them — cuts in their water allocations, tough sprinkler restrictions and perhaps higher water rates. Ringside Seat. Last week, state regulators ordered a 25 percent overall cut in the use of drinkable water in California, leaving it up to local water agencies to decide how to achieve it. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. Ed Osann, a water use expert at the Natural Resources Defense Council, said the golf course industry must shift away from using drinkable water over the next decade or risk its future. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Please purchase a subscription to read our premium content. Recommended for you. El Niguel Country Club applied for rebates last year to rip up 22 acres, and the final phase is now underway. We hope that you continue to enjoy our free content. Welcome, Guest. The readouts indicate exactly where to water and exactly how much, to within a fraction of an inch, eliminating the need for sprinklers that drench large areas. Purchase a Subscription. Sign Up Log In. Golf carts zoom across the grass like white ants. On your next view you will be asked to log in to your subscriber account or create an account and subscribe purchase a subscription to continue reading. Log In. Phill Casaus. Some golf courses are installing liners in their artificial lakes, turning off sprinklers in areas of less foot traffic and considering on-site facilities that treat wastewater from the sewers — a strategy Australian golf courses used to survive a recent year drought. Growing Up Spanglish. We hope that you enjoy our free content. If you have a subscription, please log in or sign up for an account on our website to continue. Emerald-green fairways stretch into the distance. A golf course can easily tear out up to 25 acres of grass next to the fairways and around the clubhouse without affecting the game, said David Fleming, a golf course architect whose business is booming. Sign Up. Thank you for reading! Other courses are investing in wireless soil probes that can provide real-time feeds to groundskeepers on their cellphones. Notifications Settings. Show what you're thinking about this story You must be logged in to react. Dashboard Logout. Toggle navigation Menu. A bubbling fountain gurgles out of an artificial lake. On a recent spring day, golfers playing in a charity tournament at El Niguel putted their way around dozens of orange-shirted landscapers who were gouging out dead grass and planting buckets of drought-tolerant species such as firecracker plants, acacias, primavera and golden grass.