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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

GIS Day 2, Round 2

“Understanding Turf Fungicides”
Richard Latin, Ph.D.




GIS Day 2

First class on the agenda: Preparing To Become A Certified Golf Course Superintendent




Monday, January 27, 2020

GIS 2020

Let the education begin.  “Are New Herbicides Better or Are They Just New?”




Monday, December 2, 2019

#3 Irrigation Leak

An extremely stubborn irrigation leak on the 3rd hole has been repaired.  We have also come to find that not far away the HOA irrigation mainline also has a leak which will hopefully be repaired Tuesday.




Friday, November 22, 2019

Getting ready for next summer


Brought the big aerifier out to make sure it is ready to go for late spring/early summer.  Prior to the 2017 renovation the staff went through every fairway/tee with this unit.  It’s main purpose again will be to find the rocks that in the range or 3-6 inches.  The tines on this unit are currently 1” solid steel tines.  Staff will follow behind and mark all the areas were the unit hits rocks and they will be dug up and disposed of.  Don’t worry, this work will be mostly completed following our season.  When watching this video it is important to keep in mind this unit weights 3,000 pounds.  It hits rocks large and hard enough for this unit to lifted off the ground.