The Agronomy department has also had a very busy week. Taking advantage of the cooler temperatures, the tee clean-up and sand-capping crews have completed all tees on the golf course. They are being fertilized bi-weekly to encourage growth and the first tees that were completed are showing promising progress. De-thatching of the rough and fairways has been completed, with an impressive pile of debris accumulated off of hole #4. Initial aerification pass of the fairways is also complete, with the majority of the front 9 fairways completed with their second pass. Aerification of the rough has also begun, utilizing our vintage and timeless 1966 Ford tractor. The expectation is to complete the rough in about a week and to do multiple aerifications throughout the Summer.
|Gravel blanket and drainage being installed on the practice facility.|
|#4 Green starting to be cored out|
|Core-out process complete on #2 Green|
|Re-growth of Bermudagrass on #10 tee.|
|Crew finishing sand-capping of #18 tee.|
|Debris pile located on #4. Should start to diminish as tee work has finished.|
|Juan getting the rough aerified atop the legend.|