Posted: 9/5/2017 3:08:31 PM
The primary goal when aerifying the golf course is cultivation. Farmers plow their fields; homeowners rototill or spade their gardens; golf courses punch thousands and thousands of holes into their turf.
by Steve Hallard | 0 comments
Posted: 8/10/2017 3:55:02 PM
I have always preferred dry weather to wet.  It is good for the grass, good for golf, and good for the club.  This season, until recently, we have experienced the opposite.
by Steven Hallard, Golf Course Superintendent
Posted: 6/15/2017 1:42:59 PM

Etiquette has been a basic part of golf since golf began.  The primary intent behind golf etiquette is to make the course as playable as when you found it for the golfers behind you.  Another major intent is to encourage course repair as quickly as reasonably possible.  In keeping with this tradition of golf etiquette, most and perhaps all golfers at this club try to be good stewards of their fellow members and their course.  The next question is how to best practice this etiquette.  Today I will focus on ball mark repair.

by Steve Hallard
Posted: 5/30/2017 3:42:01 PM
Golf carts first began to come into prominence as part of the golfing experience around 1980.  Over the following 40ish years, golf carts became a mainstay on courses to the extent that they have become an indispensable part of the golfing experience for large numbers of players.  Unfortunately there have been consequences to this development.  Golf carts and wet golf courses do not mix well and when golf carts are allowed onto a wet course, the course is invariably the loser.
by Steve Hallard | 0 comments
Steve Hallard, Golf Course Superintendent keeps us up to date with all the activity on the golf course.