Friday, January 22, 2016

Winter shop work

I can always tell when we have serviced all the cutting units for the golf course. Mr. Muniz will move on to other projects that are slightly more involved. I walked into the shop to find the rear axle off the club car pioneer. This car has seen 12 seasons and many miles. Completing this type of work in-house saves money, but more importantly, if we can extend the life of the equipment, the savings is tremendously significant.
Golf course mechanics are about as easy to find as a good tuck pointer. For those readers who may ask what a tuck pointer is, well, my answer is "exactly."
I am grateful to have a good staff that works hard, is cost conscious, and is just fun to be around. I don't thank them enough.
Speaking of cars, if you have a private electric golf cart, make sure it is NOT continually on the charger. Charge your cart once a month and before you do, make sure the water in the batteries is full.
I always get the call in the spring, my cart is dead, don't let it be you.
It will be here soon,

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