Author Archives: Tyler Ingram

Spring Aerification 2014

The first aerification of the year was completed yesterday successfully to only be followed by snow today, crazy! This aerification was a two-part process of a verti-drain aerification and our normal aerification. Typically this process would all be performed in one day, but due to … Continue reading


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Warm Weather Throw Back

With the recent warm weather I thought it would be a good time we all can remember what it feels like to have sunshine and green grass. Heres to the golf season.


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Benches Face Lift

These two benches have been on the property for quite sometime now and have been polyurethane several times. This year we decided to sand blast these benches and apply a clear poly to protect and beautify the benches for many more years … Continue reading


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Summer Annual Herbicide

This coming Monday (3/10) officially begins our, the GCM staff, season. Every year just as soil temperatures begin to approach 50 degrees we begin our summer annual preemerge herbicide applications.  If you are out on the course Monday walking keep a heads up … Continue reading


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BYCC Aerials

After the golf course maintenance staff had finished with the tree canopy lift we decided to have a little fun with the machine. In #1 fairway we raised the lift to its highest point for a cool photo opportunity and … Continue reading


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Tee Sign Face Lift

The tee signs are almost finsihed from the last of the winter painting jobs. You can see the difference between fresh gold paint and the old gold paint.


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Out of Bounds

  One winter project this year was the creation of the new Out of Bounds stakes. Previously the OB stakes were PVC that over time broke and was unable to mark line of sight to each pole. The new OB … Continue reading


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