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.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Feels like fall
North winds, cool temps, and leaves on the ground; all make it feel like fall here at BRCC. We will be carts on path, hopefully the winds will help us dry up before too long. The wet spring meant we were on the path many times this year. We have a ton of areas adjacent to cart paths that are bare mud, or knotweed. The photo is of an area where a pothole has developed from continued traffic. Please pay attention to keep all four tires on the path around greens and tees. Also, when you must navigate around other carts, pick high areas and go around on the non-fairway side, the fairway side receives all the traffic it can handle on non-path days. These small details can help us keep our course in great shape and really make an impact on the overall perception of well we are maintained. As always, I appreciate your help on the course, I hope you have a great Holiday weekend planned. Go Blue, Turf