1/29/22

We are open for play. Thank you.

*Now that winter is officially here the course will likely remain very soft. We are asking that carts stay MOSTLY on cart paths. If carts must leave the path, please drive carefully and avoid wet areas. This will help minimize the turf damage and keep us in good shape coming out of the winter. Thank you.

*Please be aware that there are 2 cup positions on each green. We asked that you move the flagstick to the other cup after everyone in your group putts out. This system helps alleviate compaction and spread out foot traffic. Thank you for your cooperation!

* It’s that time of year again when we will begin to experience frost delays. Frost is dew that freezes on blades of grass and can occur even when temperatures are above freezing, making it unpredictable. When this happens, the grass must thaw and our Superintendent must give the OK before we can send people out. If a player walks on frosted turf, the frozen grass blades will be crushed, causing the turf to turn black and die. In the event of a frost delay, the short-term inconvenience can go a long way to protect the golf course from long-term damage. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding!

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