Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Cottonwoods served as functional wind breaks for farmers. Prolific growers and reproducers, cottonwoods were an excellent choice. They were also grown as timber along wet river banks because of their tolerance of wet soils.
But, when it comes to golf, Cottonwoods, and their cottony mess, disrupt mowing operations, air cooling coils, and my allergies. Their soft bark and fibrous wood, make them brittle. This brittle tree makes a mess of the ground below in every thunderstorm. The annual cost of these trees in labor cleanup of playing surfaces is incredible. As spoken in Seinfeld,
The damage continues,
2 and 6 white greens last night,
Thursday, June 20, 2013
It's the PGF fan, rechargeable battery operated, fits in the cup holder.
I don't know how much, but does it matter? This thing looks COOL!
Check it out at pgffan.com
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Broken flag sticks and burnouts.
Please be aware and report any suspicious nighttime activity to security.
Help us to protect the golf course by educating young drivers of appropriate cart operation.
Golf cart operation is fun and young drivers like to "experiment" with their abilities.
Please keep this in mind when allowing nighttime cart access.
Should be a great U.S. Open finish!
Happy Fathers Day!
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Those sentiments were echoed as I drove up to find my new traffic stakes laying about the fairway. Upon closer examination I found the coyote pups were chewing on the green vinyl caps.
In my morning drive this am, I came across a pup in the tall grass by 8 red, I told him to leave my stakes alone.
I don't think he understood,
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
1) keep all four tires on the path around greens and tees.
2) avoid bare areas when entering the fairway from the path.
3) when going around other carts, go wide.
The second and third photo show the incorrect and correct way respectively to pass other carts. The natural inclination is to stay close to the path when going around. Going wide, and passing where there is healthy turf is best.
These photos were taken during a staff roundup for training purposes. I thought I would pass the information on to you as well.
The sun is shining...two in a row!!