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.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
We have all the fairways that we pull cores out of aerified. The rest get a modern slicing with a device called an aerway. In the early hours, and other wet times, the soil on the surface can be spread to make these ugly tire tracks. Until the soil at the surface works it's way in, we ask that you keep the carts in the rough. The soil is an important part of controlling thatch and keeping the turfgrass healthy. Go blue, Turf