Category Archives: Agronomics

Wow it’s Hot!!!

With the recent heat wave that has been on us and the new record high of 109F, our staff has been out in full force hand watering greens everyday. During these stressful times every second counts when hand watering greens. Each … Continue reading


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Spring Aerification

The late Spring aerification has already come and gone. Monday April 30th we performed our second aerification of the year.  We began in the afternoon following in behind an outing and finished under the light of the moon. Everything went as planned and we are already … Continue reading


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Bentgrass Growing Season is Upon Us

With the recent warmer temperatures everything has had a flush of growth, including the greens. The recovery period from our recent aerification in March was only approximately 10 days.  Since that time, we have been constantly trying to thin out … Continue reading


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Cleaning Up Fescue Tree Lines

While the bermuda grass was still in dormancy, an application of Round Up was sprayed along all the edges of fescue tree lines. Over the years bermuda grass has crept its way into the fescue and the fescue has died … Continue reading


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Spring Flowers

The weather has warmed up quickly and the course is showing signs of spring arriving. Tulips have bloomed and the winter annual flowers are in full bloom. Here are just a few pictures of everything in bloom.


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Better Billy Bunker vs. Old Bunkers

After a quick thunderstorm this morning dropping roughly a .5″ in an hour, here are the pictures of the new Better Billy Bunkers on #18 and the old bunkers on #16.      


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Rock Border Edges

Due to heavy cart and foot traffic along #10 and #7 cart turn around edges, healthy bermuda grass has never been possible.  These areas have become bare dirt and an eyesore. In an effort to improve the path edges we have … Continue reading


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