Category Archives: Golf Course Etiquette

Divot Party

Due to the weather, the Divot Party scheduled for tonight will be postponed until a later date when the golf course dries out.


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Divot Party Success!!

The first divot party at Bluegrass was a huge success. Over 50 people came to lend a helping hand as we filled divots on all 18 holes. Many families came with the kids to help and even Cash had a … Continue reading


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Divot Party 2011

Divot Party Family Night is Monday, August 8th at 5:30pm. Please meet at the Proshop or scoreboard and get ready for an evening of fun and golf course maintenance for the entire family! Our staff will be walking the golf … Continue reading


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Have you repaired a ball mark lately?

As the weather breaks and the sun begins to show its face, so does non-repaired ball marks. Golf rounds are increasing and morning walk throughs by the golf course maintenance staff are interrupted by the amazement of the non-repaired ball … Continue reading


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Golf Course Etiquette for 2011

Below are a few articles and a video recently published by the USGA providing more helpful information regarding repairing ball marks and other basic golf course etiquette. Ball Mark Repair Video It\’s not the tool – it\’s the toolee!: Ball … Continue reading


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The Art of Ball Mark Repair

With the golf course opening soon, now is the perfect opportunity to talk about, “How to properly repair a ball mark.” Repairing Ball Marks Repairing ball marks on greens is always a hot topic, and with the anticipated amount of … Continue reading


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Cart Rule…..What Cart Rule?

What is the cart rule……….? Each day the golf course is evaluated, before play, to determine if carts will be allowed on the course or restricted to the path. The cart path rule can be used for many reasons, including … Continue reading


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