Golf Course Conditions


Tuesday, October 23, 2018 

Please pair up in carts to help assist with traffic control.   
Pin Position #1    
Course Delay None 
Driving Range Tee Mats only
Practice Greens
Putting Green - Closed
Chipping Green - Open
Cart Rules
            90 Degree
Rainfall Last 24 Hours  0.08"
Rainfall Year to Date 36.51"


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

Greens No
Fairways No
Tees No Rough No

Superintendent's Update as of 10/12/18

  • Greens:   Current mow heights (.100) have been lowered on the putting surfaces to help achieve a quicker green speed.  Final topdressing will be on 10/15.  After Men's CC we will prepare the putting surfaces for the winter season.    
  • Tees:  Foliar applications of wetting agent and fertilizer began on 5/30/18 and will continue bimonthly to ensure plant vigor and uniformity.  Current mow height (.500)  
  • Fairways:  Foliar applications of wetting agent, fertilizer, and plant growth regulator began on 6/6/18 and will continue every three weeks to ensure plant vigor and uniformity.  Current mow height (.550).
  • Rough:  Current mow height (2"). GCM will continue to monitor cart traffic to alleviate thin spots developing from funnel points when entering and exiting the Fairways. 
  • Bunkers:  Additional sand is needed in the new bunkers and will begin this week.  The GCM staff will maintain a minimum 4" depth at the floor of the bunkers to avoid club contact with new liners.   
  • Bids for concrete work and material to resurface boards and railings are still being completed.  Project start dates will be announced once all bids have been collected. 
  • Bids for the metal railing similar to #5 lower tees and between #10 green and #11 tees are in and waiting for approval and scheduling.    
  •  Practice Putting Green Project    
  •  Tuesday, August28th - Tif Eagle sprigs planted and sliced in (two directions).
  •  Tuesday 8/24 - Monday 9/3 sprigs were closely monitored and irrigated to ensure establishment.
  •  Grow-in fertility and light topdressing will begin the week of 9/10 which will level out turf canopy and continue to firm surface.  
  •  First mow (.250) on the newly established sprigs will begin Tuesday 9/11.  Putting surface height of cut will gradually reduce to .140 (early October).
  •  Tie-ins and collar cut will be re-shaped sodded with Latitude 36 Bermuda the week of 9/17.  Final tie-ins will be completed by 10/25.  
Now that the heavy construction process reaches the end, the GCM staff will be able to focus back on much needed detail work throughout the golf course (edging sprinkler heads/yardage plates, redefining native lines and mulch/granite beds, continued bunker sand uniformity/training, and creek/debris cleanup).  We appreciate all the patience the Membership has shown throughout the PG construction phase.

Friendly Reminders

Please continue to aid in traffic control by pairing up in carts. 
Please do not drive in native areas.

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