Course Update – July 2018

We are very excited to announce that the new 18th green will be open for play tomorrow. The 2nd green will follow a week later, on Tuesday, July 31st. The 13th green continues to perform well and looks like it will be ready to play on or around Aug 10th. Read More>> Read more »

18 Green Opening

We are very excited to announce that on Tuesday July 24th the new 18th green will be opening for play. We hope that all members can enjoy the new putting surface and are also very excited to get the new 2 green open within a week of 18 opening. Read More>> Read more »

20.3mm of Rain

Yesterday the course received 20.3 mm of a much needed rain. This rain will really help the areas that do not receive irrigation start to bounce back from the heat stress that we have been under. Read More>> Read more »

Emerald Ash Borer

Some may have noticed large green square boxes hanging in certain trees around the course. These green boxes are pheromone traps placed to monitor the adult population of the Emerald Ash Borer. Read More>> Read more »

Garrett and Nazeem July 20, 2018

Join us July 20, 2018 on the patio for live music from Niakwa’s own Garrett and Nazeem! The evening will feature music from this fantastic duo, and the culinary team has prepared a wonderful Polynesian themed buffet for $25 with a carved Danny’s Whole Hog! Contact Chad Corbett at for more details.

Another great view

I find it so pleasing when we take a bit of a step back and look at the course from a different perspective. We have started constructing a new temporary green on the first hole before the construction starts on the first green, which will be slightly larger than the one onRead More>> Read more »

13.5 mm of rain

This morning we received another 13.5 mm in a very short time span. This rain will cause areas to be wet and some bunkers slow to drain will have standing water in them. We will be grooming the course as soon as soon as the electricity dissipates.

11.4 mm of rain

The course received a much needed 11.4 mm of rain last night. The irrigation system automatically shut itself down once the rain started, which caused the greens from being over watered. This shut down was a result of the new catch can that was installed last fall. Read More>> Read more »

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