I have to begin this blogpost with a sincere apology. Over the past couple of years I have failed to do the job that I was hired to do; to be the caretaker, the protector, the "voice" of the golf course. I have spent so much time trying to satisfy so many different entities from golfers, to management, to the proshop, that I have failed to care for the most important entity we have, the golf course itself.
As always if you ever have any questions about the course or what/why we are doing certain practices on the course please don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com or stop me on the course and I will be happy to sit down with you as I have with others in the past several months. Our job is to provide the golfer with the best golfing conditions possible within the constraints of our budget and manpower limitations but to do that we have to take care of the foundation of the property, the turfgrass. I thank you, in advance, for being accepting and understanding of the maintenance being performed on the course.