Ahead of the NI Open at Galgorm Castle Golf Club, local company Coburn's is helping get the course in tip top condition for world class golfing talent.
Coburn's, who provide the grass seed and fertilisers to maintain the course at Galgorm Castle, are working in partnership with Head Greenkeeper David Snoddy to ensure conditions are perfect when the high profile European Challenge Tour tees off on August 28.
"We have a long standing partnership with Galgorm Castle Golf Club, which is playing host to the NI Open for the second year running," said William Cartmill, of Coburn's.
"The course needs to be in prime condition for such a prestigious tournament which, building on last year's success, is sure to be a hugely positive event for the whole of Northern Ireland.
"Whilst the NI Open will showcase our world class golfing talent – we're hoping the fabulous course will also remind spectators from across the globe why this part of the world is called the Emerald Isle."