Author Archives: Tyler Ingram

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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Divot Night!

Thank you to all the members that came out for divot night this evening. Your support of the golf course is greatly appreciated, and will definitely be noticeable. If you were unable to attend, I challenge you to make the … Continue reading


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Fairway Conversion presentation

Spring is here and Summer is near, Our fairway conversion is just around the corner.  I had the opportunity to present our fairway conversion plan at the first quarter review on Tuesday night, and thank you to the members that were able to attend.  If … Continue reading


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“What do you do on a golf course in the winter?”

I receive this question quite often from members, as well people who are not familiar with GCM.  So what do we do when mother nature blesses us with temperatures below freezing? Some days we have to bite the bullet and … Continue reading


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Tree Removal

The GCM staff these past few weeks have been working on raising tree canopies, as well as removing dead and unsightly trees. Our past greens committee meeting we decided to move 2 maples from the right of  #12 fairway.  We moved the … Continue reading


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Happy Holidays!

The Golf Course Maintenance staff would like to wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season and a healthy and peaceful New Year. We are looking forward to 2015!


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Injury prevention on Collars

The GCM staff has been using “turning boards” or lattice to help relieve our collars during winter dormancy of the Zoysia and Bermuda grass. This will help alleviate some stress on the edges while we are still mowing greens during the … Continue reading


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