Spring is here and golfers at the Lake of the Ozarks are once again hitting the greens. Not only are the area’s golf courses a thing of beauty, but according to new research from M.U. they’re also more helpful to the eco-system than many people think. Head golf professional at Old Kinderhook Martin Krulatz agrees.
Krulatz says the fish, muskrats, and beaver along with deer, fox and rabbits make for a very rich eco-friendly environment at Old Kinderhook.