Category Archives: Weather

When it Rains it Pours!!!

The Bermuda rough will be growing. Yesterday the old pull behind rough unit that Garrett normally uses to mow the Bermuda rough, broke. After about 3 hours into the day one of the deck motors that propels the blades seized … Continue reading


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One Cicada, Two Cicada, Three Cicada, oh s…!!!!

Be prepared to witness the 13 year cicadas rise from the earth this May.  2011 is the year of the 13 year cicada and estimated populations in the millions emerging. Cicadas are harmless bugs, but annoying. They cause no harm … Continue reading


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Gotta Love Tennessee!!!

Remember the post earlier about storms every week? Here is the second storm  this week, and it is only Tuesday!!!!


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AAWWW!!! Spring Time Roots

Studies have shown the spring time weather is the most optimum and longest period of the four seasons to grow bentgrass. Typically when greens are hard and tight is an indication of good rooting structure normally in the spring and … Continue reading


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U.S. Open Fescue

Yes the fescue rough is healthy and yes the fescue rough is tall. Typically, we have been maintaining the fescue at 2 inches, but with recent storms every week the fescue has grown faster than we can mow it. Plant … Continue reading


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Have Storm; Clean Up; Next Week Have Storm; Clean Up; Repeat!!!

We seem to be in a pattern here. I had no idea Tennessee’s weather could be like this. We have finally removed the trees from the first storm three weeks ago thanks to Hutchinson Tree Service. Hopefully we will be … Continue reading


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Straight Line Winds, Mirco Burst or Tornado?

We are not sure what came through the golf course on Monday afternoon, but we do know we had some casualties.   Despite roughly 30 – 40 trees down there was no major damage to the course other than some puncture holes … Continue reading


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