|Follow the tracks in a zig zag up the road|
|Chris Peterson, owner Tom Irwin - one of our suppliers|
|Chris's handiwork on ball washers|
|No better example as to why we aerate|
|Hungry geese chewing up the 8th fwy and leaving a mess|
The picture of the awesome white healthy roots is a great sign of a healthy turf. Unfortunately it is on the back bank of one of our new tees which continues to have erosion under the sod when it rains. These roots are in the air pocket where the soil has washed away. It proves that roots like open space and why we have to constantly poke holes in turf to promote healthy roots. This will be difficult to repair since the sod is rooted but the holes present a hazardous environment for walking. Oh and then we had a friendly visit from some geese who ate half the 8th fairway and left a million "presents" behind.