Golf Course Maintenance is an exciting and challenging journey. This blog attempts to give the reader some insight and appreciation for the individuals closest to the front lines of battle. Join us as we defend quality golf conditions from the evil forces that attempt to prevent them.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
This photo is of some type of chemical injury to 4 white green. The definite borders to this type of injury immediately indicate some type of spill or other application. This spot does not smell of gas or oil, and grass is coming back in the centers which tell us that whatever was here provided only temporary toxicity. My guess would be single malt scotch or some other adult beverage. Cheers, Turf