It is a rare sight on a golf course, where the greens are covered in vegetation that looks as if it has been washed away in the ocean.
But the grasses of this grassland on the meadowlider course of the Meadowslark Golf Course in northern California are a far cry from the grassy, meadow-filled green fields of the golf course at the famous Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.
A small number of trees dot the greenland, but only a few are native, while many are grown by the golf club, according to the course guide.
The green meadow grasses, native to the meadows, were planted to mimic the greens of the course.
The trees, which grow up to 15 feet tall, are grown as part of the landscaping at the golf courses.
“We grew a lot of them,” said Nick Hoeh, who manages the course for the Golf Course Association of America.
“They are pretty hardy.”
The course has been in use for almost 200 years, and there are more than 2,500 courses in the U.S. and in Europe.
It is one of the most popular courses on the planet, with nearly 2 million golfers playing on the courses every year.
The Meadows Lark Golf course has hosted more than 5 million golf players and is known for its beautiful golf course.
The golf course is a part of a larger meadowland project by the Mar-A-Lago club, which was originally built in 1912 and has grown to include nearly 700 acres of land.
The Mar-as-Lago golf club has expanded to include a new club house, a spa, a restaurant and other amenities.
It has more than 100 courses in more than 50 states, according, and it is the biggest private club in the world.