Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Over the past few weeks, you've probably noticed the tees, fairways and rough slowly getting more and more dry. For the second consecutive year, we are in a moderate drought, and haven't seen any significant rainfall in almost two months. The agronomy staff is monitoring the tees, and fairways and watering as necessary for turf survival. Although the Bermuda isn't lush and green, the turf isn't in any serious danger. We are letting the tees and fairways go dormant for the time being to conserve the water we have left in the irrigation lake. The greens have held up great so far, despite the harsh, dry conditions. The syringe crews have done a phenomenal job keeping the turf healthy during this extreme weather.