Golf Course Conditions

Friday, October 20th, 2017
Please Pair Up In Carts to Help Assist With Traffic Control          
Pin Position #6
Course Delay None
Driving Range Tee Big Tee 
Practice Greens Open
Cart Rules 90 Degree
Rainfall Last 24 Hours   0.00"
Rainfall Year to Date    30.32"


Greens     Yes     Collars                             No        
Tees     No     Rough     No
Fairways     Yes     Bunkers     Yes
Approaches     No     Native     No

Greens     No
 Fairways   Yes
Tees     No     Rough   No

Superintendent's Update

  • Greens:   Are still in pretty good shape for the most part.  Greens speeds were down a little last week due to the prior weeks rain, and extra fertility to help them bounce back from the lack of sunlight and pressure we put on them for member guest.  We verti-cut and topdressed greens this week.  This should help speed them back up over  the next week or two.  The putting green and were you walk onto #16 green is still struggling.  We will continue to baby these areas and try to limit traffic on these areas to help them heal back up before winter.
  • Tees: The tees are starting to look pretty good.  #1 tee still is a little thin on the blue tee, but is slowly coming along.  We will continue to push this areas as well to help it cover before winter. 
  • Fairways:  The fairways are doing pretty good however, with all the rain last week, we were only able to mow them one time.  On a typical week, they are mowed 3 times.  Not being able to mow for long period of time, causes up to cut more grass than normal dulling the mowers very quickly.  You will notice the cut will not be that great for most of the week.  If all goes well, by Friday the cut should start looking a lot better.
  • All other projects include mowing native, weedeating creeks, and continue trimming trees.  We will start putting out our winter pre-emergent out over the next several of weeks to prevent winter weeds from coming in.
  • We will be spraying our winter pre-emergant over the next couple of weeks to keep the winter weeds from coming up as well as clean up any weeds that might have already germinated.
  • Over the next couple of weeks, we will also being putting out our winter overseed on select areas.  These areas include the driving range tees, chipping green fairway, and select par 3 tees around the course.  During this time, we will be moving tees and hitting areas long enough to get the seed up. We would like to thank you in advance for understanding this process and helping us out by staying off these areas.
  • Today we will be focusing on bunkers.  Moving sand, fixing liners, and cleaning out debris. Spraying fairways with winter pre-emergant weed control.

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Please Do Not Drive In Native Areas.

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