Fresh Groom

After finishing up with some snow removal around the clubhouse and parking lot this morning, our Assistant Superintendent Mark Ries, just completed a fresh groom on ALL winter trails. With a fresh 6″ of snow on Saturday, we are now able to set a cross country track. We will again groom tomorrow morning with the warm forecasted temperatures,

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Seth Raynor Page!

This unfortunate rainy morning has given me time to get the Seth Raynor page up and running. You will notice that I’m compiling the past several newsletter’s content of the “original course” tour. This separate page will always be on the blog so you can go back at any time and review the content. My hope

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Early Fall Course Update

Rain, more of the same. Everyone knows that the month of August was extremely wet and the trend looks to be similar in September. With the .70″ of rain and lightning yesterday morning, it left no time for maintenance before the shotgun. Another 1.4″ fell last night and this morning which equates to a completely saturated property.

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June Course Update

I wanted to update everyone on the conditions of the golf course, specifically this Spring’s aerification. There has been a lot of talk regarding our recovery and why it’s taken so long to get the greens back to normal condition. In this post I’ll discuss grass types, the process of tine selection, amounts of sand,

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Golf Course Care Refresher

With the beginning of the 2016 golf season underway, I wanted to give you some information that will help our department with keeping Midland Hill’s golf course and driving range in great shape. Our department strives towards providing excellent conditions on a daily basis but there are some things that you can do to make an

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