Monday, October 23, 2017

A little rain

We got 5" of rain today and will be cart path only for a few days. Enjoy the pics .










Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Range aerification

Today we completed aerify inn the range as well as topdressing the greens. Next week we will complete the tees.

First frost of 2017

We had our first frost of the season with a low of 28*. This will slow the grass down and allow us to complete some other projects. As we move in to the rest of the golfing season, we will mow tees , fairways and roughs once a week, and greens 6 days a week. We still have a ton of aerification to finish before winter sets in.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Hurricane Nate

Nate dropped 8" of rain in 24 hours. The course faired well with only bunkers being washed.

Monday, May 8, 2017

We are looking good out there

The last few weeks have the course looking stellar.










Frost

We had a light frost yesterday with temps hovering around 32*. Guess we got our blackberry winter. It can warm up now. Even had to cover the clubs garden with frost sheets.



Thursday, May 4, 2017

April showers bring May flowers

With all the rain lately, the course is starting to come alive. Everything is in bloom, from the rhododendrons to the pink lady slippers that hide to the right of 1 fairway. The fairways are tight, the temps are getting warmer and the greens are rolling true.








Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Sodding

Today we laid 4000' of fescue around the club house and a few select areas on the golf course. With the recent rains we have been getting, the course is really starting to look good. The greens will be getting faster as we have lowered our height of cut to .120. It won't be long now and this place will be glowing!





Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Verticutting

I'm a little late posting this, but the greens received a heavy verticut with a sand injection in march. It was decided not to aerate but to verticut instead. We removed a ton of organic material from this process. The greens will receive a light dusting of sand every 2 weeks during the growing season. Sometime in June we will follow up with a 1/4" tine to the greens to help them along the hotter months of July and August. The months of May , June, September and October will be a solid tine venting process. Next week we will be lowing the height of cut to the greens mowers which will be at .120. Greens should start to pick up speed in the next few weeks due to increased mowing/rolling and plant growth regulators being applied.