Author Archives: Tyler Ingram

Spring is around the corner!

March is upon us and warmer weather is just around the corner. A friendly reminder to start off the golfing season: it is every golfers responsibility to fill your divots and repair your ball marks. This will be beneficial to the … Continue reading


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Pond liner install

Our pond liner project wrapped up over the weekend, and we should see beneficial results immediately from the install. As of right now we refilled the pond and have not seen any evidence of leaks.  Below are pictures from the … Continue reading


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Internship Summer 2016

  2016 Summer Internship Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club Hendersonville, TN Course Type:     Private Membership Number of Holes:  18 Annual Rounds:  18,000 Primary Grass: Greens – A1/A4 Bentgrass Tee, Fairways, Rough – Vamont, 419 Bermuda Greens Surrounds – Zoysia Tree … Continue reading


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Pond Liner update

The recent bad weather has put a delay on the installation of the pond liner. If all goes as according to plan we should be finishing up right before Christmas.  Sorry for the delay, but will be well worth the wait.  Thanks, … Continue reading


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Aerification and Overseeding

The GCM crew has been busy these last few weeks, we completed our last greens aerification for the year, Overseeded fairways, and mulched the course.  We were able to reach our goal of impacting 20% surface area for the year, with … Continue reading


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Driving Range Tee update

The weather has been playing a factor in our sod installation. We are pushed back a few more days due to rain that the sod farm is receiving west of us.  Hopefully by mid week we will be able to … Continue reading


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Ryegrass Transition

I have had several questions, as well as complaints over our Fairways the last couple of days.  Transition is always the hardest to understand. “We have had perfect fairways with rye since last September, Whats wrong with our Fairways now?” Ryegrass is a cool season grass, and with the … Continue reading


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