Category Archives: Agronomics

Course closed today.

Due to our first herbicide application on fairways, to prepare for sprigging, there is absolutely no play today. Thank you for your cooperation. Thanks, GCM


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Renovation update

Sorry for the long delay on a blog post my goal is to provide a least one post a month this year, and I’m cutting it close this month. We have had a very busy winter so far at Bluegrass, … Continue reading


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Course update

I wanted to take the time to update you on a few upcoming projects as well as course conditions going into the winter. You may have noticed orange ribbon around certain trees while playing the front 9 this past week. … Continue reading


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Fall is here!

The cool weather is finally here, and we have been working on our cool season cultural practices. ¬†Greens aerification was completed at the beginning of September. ¬†We had a small issue on #2 and #3 greens when our aerifier tine … Continue reading


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Let them breathe!

USGA defines venting as the practice of creating small, non-disruptive holes in a putting green for the purpose of improving gas exchange, increasing infiltration of water, and relieves compaction. With the amount of rainfall we received in July and the … Continue reading


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Bermuda grass Transition

It’s that time of the year to say goodbye to the rye. The temperatures have changed and are in favor of the Bermuda grass now. We will begin transitioning out the Ryegrass and begin encouraging the Bermuda fairways. Ryegrass is … Continue reading


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April Update.

  A few quick updates on the golf course. Deep tine and core aerification have come and gone and we are healing in well. One of the key functions of core aeration is the physical removal of organic matter and … Continue reading


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