Friday, September 14, 2012

Ball mark repair

Cooler temperatures are here!
This means that the turf growth will slow, and so the recuperative potential for the turf is reduced.
This time of year, it is more important to repair the regular damage that the course endures.
Not only is it important to repair ball marks, but to repair them correctly. If your ball marks look anything like the ones in the photograph, please stop fixing ball marks. Your helping is not helping.
Remember to never lift any turf in the process of fixing a ball mark.
I am always available to demonstrate the correct way to repair a pitch mark. I promise to do so with kindness and compassion, no ridiculing or belittling will take place.
You can also view this process in the privacy of your home by visiting my youTube channel at theworldofturf.
Happy Friday,

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