This May newsletter feels much overdo. With some sun and heat and maybe a break in the rain we can
finally get going with golf and growing some grass. I hope that everyone was able to get at least one
round in during the past weeks.
Our greens came through the spring well, some were a bit waterlogged but have dried up nicely and we
will very soon be able to begin speeding them up and making them more consistent. This will take a
week or two but then we will maintain the same consistency throughout the summer so our members
will always know what to expect. Our overseeding project will begin to take place this week and we will
put a big emphasis on the par 3 tees to start with. This will mean some temporary tees at times, please
use the designated area between the markers to hit from. Other areas that are barren soil, mostly along
cart paths, will either be roped off, or a sign will be up if there is fresh seed, please follow direction of
ground under repair for those places. Our divot boxes are almost ready to be put out, so please utilize
them when they are available. Yes, our bunkers will be worked on this week to be playable. Thank you
for your patience.
No, this drone shot is not from this year, the leaves are not quite this full yet, but we like it nonetheless!