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NGCOA Members receive 20% off Flood Risk Protection solutions!

Frustrated with the damages from flood and the resulting loss of business? Following an old adage “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, these flood identification and prevention products might be a help to your organization:

Flood Protection Solutions

Flood Risk Assessments are performed on Golf Courses to identify specific risks and sources up to a 100 and 500 year storm. Assessments also calculate historical data, land characteristics, and drainage study.

Flood Sensory Systems can be placed on golf courses to protect certain areas of the course that are affected. The Flood Sensory System will alert you with live feed via email or text of rising water levels.

FRA customized Flood Panels and Water-filled Flood barriers are used to protect against rising water from entering the course and destroying the greens.

NGCOA Member Benefits

Flood Risk America is pleased to offer a 20% discount to all NGCOA members.


Our Promise

It's all about keeping you dry and customer satisfaction.

At Flood Risk America, our vision is to establish a trusting relationship with our clients, while protecting their investments and allowing golf course owners to obtain the best flood protection measures on their bunkers and greens, thus opening up a new era to the golf industry.”

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Flood Study

To identify a course’s flood risk, Flood Risk America would first conduct a flood study. The study includes statistical data from river flow, storm tides, hydrologic/hydraulic analysis, and rainfall. The Flood Study will incorporate spring, run-off, and large precipitation events which will identify exact locations of flooding, sources, and vulnerable areas of the golf course. The Study will also give recommendations to the size, height, and type of flood protection needed.

What the Flood Study Entails

  • All aspects of Flood Mitigation/Protection, measuring dry and wet flood-proofing

  • Create a base flood elevation in 100, 500-year flood storm

  • Analyzing existing building features and identifying all areas of the golf course vulnerable to flood water intrusion

  • Provide potential remediation and/or mitigation recommendations

  • Preparing a Flood Emergency Response Plan (FERP)

  • Investigation of historical flooding

  • Flood Deployment Plan



Ability to obtain flood insurance on bunkers and greens in a high-risk flood zone

Avoid any business interruption and flood loss

More control over costs and potential exposure

Reduced potential of loss of non-insurable items

Increased value of golf course

Eliminate amount of loss payouts

Lower flood premiums

Better Coverage Limits