Friday, 2 June 2017

It's all go on both the courses

 we have been out using the turf iron more in the last couple of weeks with all the growth we have just now to help gain more surface pace
 Both courses looking well
 We have verti-cut the greens again this week to help lift the seed heads and remove thatch
 the amount of clippings from the greens, 2 buggies full
 the greens have had an application of wetting agent and seaweed
 hole 4 on the Balcomie course
 we have carried out some minor work to green 3 on the Balcomie course of solid tining, over seeding, rub in seed then a heavy top-dress to cover the seed, this is to help improve the playing surface and grass sward

 Communication sign on the 3rd tee of the work being carried out to the green
 It's that time of year again that we have been out cutting and collecting problem areas of deep rough to help make the courses more playable and improve these areas
We are starting to see the benefits of the rough management program as they are becoming thinner and cleaner with less rank thick grasses, but this is an ongoing program and we will tackle other areas in time

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