InfraCore® Golf Bridges, a wholly-owned subsidiary of FiberCore Europe, has announced its first U.S. installation at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, FL. InfraCore Golf Bridges uses a fiber-reinforced plastic composite to create a bridge ten times stronger than concrete or steel, while leaving less than half the ecological footprint.
“We are very pleased that our entry into the U.S. market is the high profile venue of Bay Hill,” said Ferdi Buijsrogge, President of FiberCore USA. Bay Hill hosts the PGA Tour’s annual Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by MasterCard, which attracts one of the strongest fields of the season to one of the circuit’s finest courses. “Knowing that the bridge requires no attention for decades after installation gives me peace of mind, so I can focus on the more important matters of course management and presentation,” said Matt Beaver, superintendent at Bay Hill. “We chose InfraCore due to the product’s durability and environmental responsibility,” said Roy Saunders, Bay Hill Vice President.
While this is InfraCore Golf Bridges’ first U.S. installation, its parent company Fibercore Europe has more than 110 bridges installed in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Great Britain and China. The innovative composite bridge product is strong, safe, durable, maintenance free, competitively priced and features simple and swift installation. InfraCore Bridges are backed by a 50 year structural warranty.