Winter Update

It’s been 2+ months since the golf course has closed, wow! Our department may have had the busiest late fall season I can remember. The goal of keeping the course open as long as possible, then complete as many technical projects before the ground freezes up, mirrors the craziness of a quick spring snow melt

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First Groom

Our Assistant Brian Richert just finished grooming the ski trails, but only on the back nine. With the wind that came with the snow yesterday, many areas are bare, and the front nine didn’t have enough snow to groom. But it’s a start, and we’d love to see you come out and use the course.

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The End

The end of the 2018 golf season is here. The last day of golf will be this Sunday, November 4th.   With the forecast next week, of high winds, and highs in the 30’s, it will take us at least 2 weeks to get our winter preparations completed. I was hoping for a longer fall golf season but

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Frost Forewarning

This is slightly early in the season for frost delays, but not out of the norm. However, everything is aligning for a frost delay tomorrow morning, Saturday September 29th. We’ve just been put under a freeze warning by the National Weather Service, which means if you have any annual flowers, or vegetables, etc., that you’d

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Early Summer Update

Even though we’ve only been open for a month, I’m calling this the “early summer” update. It’s been very difficult to remind myself, and others, that we’ve only been playing golf for 30 days. Yes, its June, but our progress on fine tuning the property, and especially the turf itself, is a good reminder that

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Spring Update

We’ve finally ditched hibernation, the 2018 golf season is about to begin! I don’t need to tell you that this year has been anything but ordinary. Yes, the golf course will open almost a month later than last year, but lets focus on the positives, and what you’ll see in your first few rounds at

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