Course open and buggies in use but the course is wet in places ,bunkers will be GUR today due to the flash flood this morning.
Following our topdressing and needle tine in May we will be carrying out a needle tine and verti-cut today. This work is very important as the greens will start to deteriorate through August after a busy season of play and July/August is a time when diseases appear from the lack of aeration and a change in the weather. Tinning and verti-cutting greens will give them a new lease of life until September. We will be spraying our fungi and bacteria brews after the above work which will reduce thatch and turf diseases.
Long scrub areas will be cut back with our new Trilo S3 collector in the coming weeks, this will encourage the finer grasses and discourage weeds and corser grasses.
Trimming willows for playability and final preparations for the Club Trophy and Scratch Cup.