Thursday, June 20th   

This week, the longest days of the year are producing a bumper crop of Poa annua seedheads. To help greens roll better later in the day, expect to see greens mowing equipment and operators working backwards through play throughout the day. With over 310 players on the tee sheet today alone, this is a difficult task to accomplish safely and efficiently without the cooperation of golfers, so please yield to staff and follow the rules of etiquette as you would with the group ahead of you by waiting to be waived up before hitting into staff on greens or anywhere else.


Greens Today

  • Mow - Yes (late morning --> early afternoon)
  • Roll - Yes
  • Speed - 11' 0"


  • All naturalized areas of the golf course are considered lateral hazards. Cart access to these areas is restricted.
  • All paths that were previously roped off to restrict carts from fairways are now open. For those in carts with blue flags for medical exemptions, please do your best to scatter your traffic patterns from day to day so you're not continually wearing out the same area with your wheels, especially around greens and tees. No golf cart should ever drive between a green and a bunker, for example, left of 2 green or left of 12 green. If wear becomes excessive, ropes and stakes will be put back in place to restrict all traffic. Please do your part to help us improve the course conditions.

Lastly, here are a few small things that every member could do that have a big impact on course conditions. Keep all four wheels on the cart path, especially when parking at tees and greens. Repair a couple of ball marks per green. Replace a few divots per fairway. Remind your playing partners and guests to do the same.

Greg Austin, Golf Course Superintendent

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