|Mid Winter clock repair|
|We chipped ice and shoveled drain paths to|
help water off a few greens over the winter. The evidence
is seen here as bleached looking grass from being exposed
|Late season ice formation|
|Application of black sunflower seeds to melt ice|
|Parking lot expansion -Before|
|Parking lot expansion - After|
|Clearing an opening for air circulation near 8 tee|
|Thinning overcrowded trees along 15 fairway|
|If it wasn't diseased, damaged, or infested with Emerald Ash Borer, it was sold|
|New look for 5 tee after arborvitae removal. Finished look|
will be similar to the new mounds right of 9 green
|13 greenside bunker drained and re-built to give|
players a better choice of shots around the green
|So many options!|
In Like a Lion, Apparently?
March is upon us and at the writing of this report we're waiting on a significant snow event. Temperatures look as if the snow will be around for the first half of the month. If the old saying is correct and we get the "Out like a lamb" part, we're looking at early April, as is our usual, for opening the course. After we do melt, we won't wait around to get aerifying over with. As soon as greens are dry enough work on, look for us to be out there getting it done so greens will be healed up by the time the nice weather arrives in May. We'll give the Pro Shop a fair warning before this. Keep checking in with Scott or Jason for news.
I look forward to seeing everyone back on the course.
As always, if you have any questions or want to know why we do a certain thing a certain way, feel free to call, text, or email anytime. I'm happy to talk with you about what we do.