The first signs of spring have begun to show! The cherry trees behind the 14th green are starting to bloom their beautiful magenta flowers. On the golf course, the grounds staff has done the first cuts on all of our playing surfaces, mulched the clubhouse landscaping and completed spring bunker maintenance.
As we wait for warmer days and growing grass the team will begin to get ahead of our early season agronomy practices. Tees will be aerated this week, but remember we are not aerating the greens until mid-June, the rough and fescue areas will receive their first round of pre-emergent herbicides, and we will be slicing the fairways in the coming weeks.
It is always such a joy for us to see golfers coming back to the course after a long winter! Thank you for all your support, and please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.