Author Archives: Tyler Ingram

Fairway Patterns

Players will begin to notice changes in the fairways. For the past several years the fairways have been consistly mowed with contour lines patterns down each hole. Now, over the next weeks, you will begin to see the right to … Continue reading


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No Mow Areas

One new look coming this year on the golf course are the establishment of No Mow Areas. These various areas around the golf course are sections that are basically out of play and will benefit the aesthetics of the parkland … Continue reading


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2013 Ramble

The 2013 Ramble has come and gone. Thank you to all the members and guests that made this a very successful event. Other than a few spotty showers the event went smooth. Congratulations to the winners and we look forward … Continue reading


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Divot Night Success!!!

I want to personally thank all the members and families that came to participant in Divot Night tonight, without member support like we had, improving the golf course would not be possible.  With all the help we were able to … Continue reading


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Warm Season Turfgrass News Bulletin

Around the Southeast the cool, wet spring has plagued warm season turfgrasses and recently I came across a news bulletin published Dr. Grady Miller of the North Carolina State University Turfgrass Department. Spring Green-up of Warm-Season Grasse Grady Miller May … Continue reading


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Bluegrass Divot Night

Make plans to bring the family (including dogs) and enjoy the outside weather helping to improve the golf course and promote golf course etiquette. We will be kicking off the night at 5:30pm in front of the Golf Shop on … Continue reading


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Warm Season Grasses

This year because of the cool,wet spring I have had several questions regarding the growth warm season grasses.  Typically warm season grasses, like Bermuda grass and Zoysia grass, thrive when temperatures during the day are above the 80’s and the … Continue reading


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