After a miserable week of weather it’s good to see the parking lot full of cars, and the golf course full of members. Despite the weather we still managed to accomplish quite a bit this week. The the top-soil and seeding had to come to a stop because of the rain, so Nick and the lads went on bunker edging in preparation for Mondays USGA Four Ball Qualifier. Note: Sunday May 2nd a USGA Official will be marking pin placements for Mondays event. In an effort to preserve pin locations we will not be moving cups tomorrow.

On Thursday Land-On paving was on property and prepared the main road going through the property, seven and eight cartpath and the north entrance apron for black top. Friday the contractor managed to get the entire road from Cascade, all the way back to the Cascade Park pillars, and the north entrance apron. Next week the plan is to black top 7 and 8 and the path going down to 16 green. The main road edges will need to be back filled with top soil and then seeded. The extended forecast at this writing does not look good so we will get on it as weather allows. The parking lot is slated for sealing and striping this to will be completed when weather and temperatures allow. Thank you for your patience as we wrap these projects up.

Assistant Superintendent Nick Ciaccio spreads some mulch behind 1 tee during this mornings frost delay. Strong work lad!⁹
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