Thursday, March 8, 2012

Project "agua move"

Moving water, the key to any good growing situation aside from rice. To be a good superintendent you need common sense and drainage. If you are short on the former, get more of the latter.
The rain slowed the driving range project, but did not stop it. The rain certainly didn't stop us, we used this as an opportunity to fix some old broken drainage on seven red.
Drains fill up with mud and roots over time. Drainage systems, like many systems need to be maintained by regular maintenance. When the system does not receive regular flushing, it may degrade to they point where it needs replacement. Seven red drainage was full of tree roots.
We hope to be working on one white bunker next week. I will be posting some photos of what we have planned for that bunker. It will be very cool and we are excited.
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Did I mention I have the greatest staff in golf course history?

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