About Me

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Directional Sign

A new directional sign to help assist golfers going from 11 to 12 was installed today.






New Equipment

The new Toro equipment has started to arrive.  Once all the equipment has been delivered we will be able to start mowing roughs with the new mowers to help reduce the puffy look in areas.  The puffy look may not be eliminated completely this time of year but it will significantly change the way we mow roughs throughout the summer months.






Front Enterance

Looks like the finishing touches are being put on the signs at the front entrance.  New copping, which will cover up the lights.  Really finishes the signs off nicely.



Friday, January 18, 2019

Don’t Use Coins!

This is why golfers should never use coins as a ball marker!  .25¢ turned into $1,500 in order to fix the damage caused by the coins.



Thursday, January 17, 2019

Bunker Faces

Staff have begun the process of lowering the bunker faces similar to what was done to the coquina eyebrows. Fairway bunkers are first on the list. Once completed staff will jump onto the green side bunkers.




Sunday, January 13, 2019

Bear Damage

A bear or bears were playing around on the 15th green and unfortunately caused some damage.  It has all been repaired.












Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Root Pruning

Two weeks ago we took the root pruner out to start this process, unfortunately a bolt sheared off.  Upon further inspection we found a couple bolts that were bent.  To be on the safe side all the bolts that hold the blades on were replaced.  We took the unit out to start this procedure today.  This will be an ongoing process over the next month or so.  Any areas where the turf may get damaged will be repaired.




Thursday, January 3, 2019

Bunker Work

Staff are in the process of compacting the sand in all the bunkers.  This is a tedious task and will take 4-5 days to complete.  This work must be done in and around play so please be patient with us.  The fewer times staff have to stop the quicker we will get it accomplished.



NLCC Wildlife

Video taken this morning on the back side of the maintenance facility.
Not the best video!



Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Unwanted Grass!!!

Over the past few weeks we have seen some areas where the common bermudagrass has reared it ugly head.  It is important that we stay on top of these areas to prevent this from becoming an issue in future years.  As the areas are identified they will be killed with herbicide, multiple application, over the next couple of weeks.  Once death has occurred the dead material will be removed and new celebration bermudagrass sod will be installed.  Until they have fully recovered the areas will be marked as Ground Under Repair.