Watson’s cracked gravel is the most common type of gravel used on golf courses.
Its popularity has surged since the 2016 Rio Olympics, when it was the first type of sand to make the list.
It was replaced by more common “sandstone” gravel in the early 2000s.
Now, it’s used on nearly all golf courses worldwide, and it is also used on the U.S. Open.
The U.K. has been using the same type of crushed gravel since the 1980s, but it’s only now becoming a major player in the market.
Rio Olympic golfers had a bad start to the 2017 season, but the sport is coming back in 2017.
Here are the top 10 golf courses using crushed gravel.1.
Watson’s Gravel Rio 2016 Olympic golfer, Rory McIlroy, cracked his first shot on the first hole.
The Woods’ Sandstone Rio 2016 golfer and 2016 world number one Rory Mcilroy cracked his second shot on his second hole.3.
The Glenbrook Golf Club Rio 2016 and 2016 U.N. Women’s Golf World Cup champion, Gabby Douglas, cracked her second shot in the round on her second round.4.
The Palm Beach Golf Club in Miami has used crushed gravel on its courses since 2014.5.
The Pine Hills Golf Course in North Carolina has been one of the largest providers of crushed sandstone in the country for a decade.6.
The New Jersey Shore Club is using crushed sandstones on its golf courses since 2010.7.
The San Juan Golf Club has used it since 2006, and the course also has a sandstone pit on the 18th hole.8.
The Watson’s Sandstone Golf Course at Watson’s Ranch in California has been a major supplier of crushed rocks for a long time.9.
The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, has been the first to use crushed gravel for golf courses for decades.10.
The Lacey Golf Course near Los Angeles has been serving as a major provider of crushed stone since 2007.