Course News

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 »

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 »

Course Maintenance Update – Green Rolling

The course maintenance staff will be rolling greens Tuesday’s through Friday’s between the hours of 11am to 1pm.  If you see the staff approaching or working on a green, please allow them to complete the job before playing to the green.

Your patience is greatly appreciated.

The Course Committee

The Beauty of Niakwa

As hard of a winter as we had and the conditions that we are still trying to come out of, I think it is a good thing to take a step back and look at the beauty of this wonderful place. This photo was taken just this morning and I had to post it.Read More>> Read more »

Fungicide Greens

Today we will be spraying a preventative fungicide to control summer diseases as a result of the hot humid conditions. We will also be mowing down the long grass around the bunker edges to help improve playing conditions. 18 and 2 green are coming along nicely and Read More>> Read more »

Fertilizing greens

Today we will be spraying liquid fertilizer on all of the greens to help in the recovery of the winter damage. We will also continue weeding the bunker edges keeping the aesthetics of the bunkers. Also a big thanks to all that donated to the Bill Thomas memorial bench. He will be sadly missed.Read More>> Read more »

Irrigation on 16

Yesterday we started preparing the 16th hole along the lake for irrigation, to help improve the condition of the rough along the lake. We will continue to work on it today and should have it completed tomorrow. Read More>> Read more »

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