Monthly Archives: January 2017

January 27- Greens Closed

While we were able to open the golf course this past Monday temperatures have remained much colder than normal and therefore the deep frost persists on many green sites, some 4-8 inches below the surface as well as strong morning … Continue reading

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January 24th – Update

The golf course is now open for play on temporary greens and will have tee time delays according to frost in the mornings.The greens are still frozen to depths of 3 to 8 inches depending on their location on the … Continue reading

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January 20th – Update

Regrettably we have determined we are unable to prepare the golf course for play and therefore will not be opening this weekend.  Subsurface temperatures remain below 0, that coupled with the substantial precipitation we have received has created extremely spongy … Continue reading

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January 19th – Update

Although all snow and ice has been melted away over the last few days we have also received 80mm of rainfall. The frozen ground beneath the surface is restricting water percolation creating large puddles and excess surface water accumulations. The … Continue reading

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January 17th-Update

The rain and warmer temperatures are slowly melting the snow and thawing the golf course out. There are still 8 greens with significant ice coverage that we are tending to on a daily basis. The frost depth developed deep into … Continue reading

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January 13th – Update

The Golf Course and Practice Facilities are still snow covered and frozen.  Unfortunately, the weather conditions will not allow us to open for the week end.  Wade Hawksworth and staff will be monitoring the conditions in the upcoming days and … Continue reading

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January 10th – Update

We saw a slight warming trend this past week end with a significant rainfall on Sunday afternoon and evening.  The current weather pattern calls for temperatures well below zero during the next three to four nights.  As you can see … Continue reading

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