Category Archives: Upcoming Events

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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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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Spring is around the corner!

March is upon us and warmer weather is just around the corner. A friendly reminder to start off the golfing season: it is every golfers responsibility to fill your divots and repair your ball marks. This will be beneficial to the … 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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March 24th Aerification

The golfing season is just around the corner and the time for spring fertilizers, herbicides, and aerifications are on the horzion. Our first aerification is schduled for March 24th, a one day aerification with a smaller tine. When temperatures warm we … Continue reading


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Clubhouse Landscape Renovation – Phase 2

This week our staff began the second phase of the Master Landscape Plan for the clubhouse. Earlier this year Phase 1 was completed on the left side of the building and Phase 2 will include the right side of the … Continue reading


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No Mow – Update

Last week the GCM staff began the first step in enhancing the no mow areas around the course. To begin, the chipping green area, #9 tee, and #5 tee no mow areas were sprayed with round up and tilled with … Continue reading


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