Friday, May 30, 2014
Greens Aerification Scheduled for June 3rd and 4th
Much to everyone's excitement the greens at Harrison Bay have made a tremendous turnaround over the past several weeks. Good growing weather combined with some extreme TLC from the grounds staff have proven to be the special touch that they needed. Although the greens are improving we know we can make them even better and so we will be carrying out our first large core aeration of the year on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. The course will be closed for these two days to allow us to perform the necessary tasks that we need to in order to keep improving the golf course.
I know that very few, if any, golfers like to hear the word "aerification" but it is a necessary evil that must be performed. Just so you don't think that I thought up the process by myself, I invite you to view the USGA video below on the importance of greens aerification.
Please bear with us as we continue to make the golf course better. We feel that the greens will be back in better shape than they are now within 7-10 days.