Mother Nature 1 , Midland .75

Whenever aerification comes around, the weather seems to do the opposite of what we need it to do. Last year we had heavy frost before and after, this year untimely rain. Here’s a breakdown of what we accomplished as of tonight and what you can expect when you tee it up tomorrow, and the next few days:   We’ve

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Frost Delay

Our first frost delay will take place this morning. With no wind, clear skies last night, and a low temperature of 30 degrees, the delay will take several hours to lift. The sun is going to come out, which will eventually help burn it off. Please check with the golf shop for updates to see

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On-Site Weather Station

We recently purchased a weather station that tracks weather on property. In the past, we relied on the nearest reliable station, which was a few miles away. Now, we have updated weather data, every 5 seconds, which is occurring on property. There are a few things that make this seemingly small addition exciting: First, the

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Study of Seth Raynor and Classic Golf Course Architecture

Each winter, the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) has a national conference, the Golf Industry Show (GIS). Nearly 20,000 turf professionals from all around the world gather, along with leading university researchers and a trade show with more than 500 exhibitors, highlighting the newest technology and education used to maintain golf courses as

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Saying Goodbye to Sam

It’s a tough day for the MH Turf department as we had to say goodbye to our Border Collie, Sam. At the age of 14, his health had slowly been slipping away from him, with neurological deterioration of his back legs and subsequent seizures that finally took him. Those that own dogs, know how difficult

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