By the next newsletter, we will be saying "have a great winter" as the season is coming to an end. This week temperatures rebound some with mid to high 60s bringing us a great week for golf! Make sure to get out and play a few holes while there is still time. Fall golf is the best!
As you may have seen, Agri-scape is on the course working hard. On Friday we finished off the tees on hole #1. Currently we plan to sod the tees on hole #3 Tuesday, and by the end of the week, tees on #5, 8 and 11 will be polished off. There are three more items on the list:
- Reshaping and sodding the ground surrounding #4 green
- Reshaping and sodding the ground behind the green and to the right on hole #14
- Running a drainage line across #16 fairway.
Believe or not, this should be all completed in the next week and a half , weather permitting. Hard to shape land when it is wet and greasy.
Due to the course being busy, small crew of staff and construction going on, John and Howard were given a pass on article contribution for this newsletter. Time has flown by! Not to worry, they will both be back next month.
Given the current forecast of rain Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, we have decided to push back aerifying the greens to Monday, October 18th and Tuesday, October 19th. The course will be open this coming Monday, October 4th and Tuesday, October 5th starting at 8am, weather permitting.
- Monday, October 18th and Tuesday, October 19th: Aerification
- Course completely closed for day on Monday, October 18th
- Course will have 9 holes open on Tuesday, October 19th starting at 12pm
- Pub will be closed both of these days
MEMBER - MEMBER RESULTS:
1ST Place Gross: 41 points M.O.C.
Kevin Cieplick and Mike Dionne
1ST Place Net: $160/Team ($80 each) – 45 points M.O.C
Bill Storey & Matt Clow
I would like to ask everyone: staff, members, guests and visitors, if you are not feeling well, even if it is just a cold, please refrain from coming to the course. While you may feel it is not that bad, given the world and COVID, please think of others and take the time to get better before spreading the germs.
As always, if you have any questions or need any help, please do not hesitate to reach out to JP or myself. We are here for you.