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Wednesday Women’s League Starting Wednesday May 17th
League Play- Total 6 weeks
League Format: 2 Person Team Best Ball with Handicaps
- Wednesday 18-Hole Early Division 1:30 PM – 3:30PM Tee Off
- Wednesday 9-Hole Late Division 5:45 PM Shot Gun Start or Tee times depending on participation
Playoffs scheduled July 12th with Closing Awards Party
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The weather is starting to warm up, I’m sure we’re all looking forward to getting back on the course. Here’s the current conditions, according to Mike Bugenhagen, Grounds Superintendent, as of March 1st:
All 18 holes are open. The greens are playable, but temporary tees are still in play. Mike asks everyone to use the temporary tees located in front of the tee boxes. He reminds us, the grass is still dormant. Any divots will not heal, negatively effecting tee box conditions when we fully open. We all know, even during the growing season, our tee boxes take a beating, especially the par 3’s. A little inconvenience now, will go a long way in keeping our tees in good shape all season.
The Pro-Shop and Clubhouse will remain closed. Carts are still not available. I’d like to remind everyone, guests are not welcome until the Pro-Shop opens.
I’ll stay in contact with Mike Bugenhagen and keep everyone in the loop regarding changes in course conditions.
Thanks, and see ya down there.
In anticipation of the warm weather this weekend; here’s the current course conditions, according Mike Bugenhagen, Grounds Superintendent:
The course is playable, but very muddy. Some holes are partially snow covered, but Mike expects the snow to be gone by the weekend. Temporary tees and greens are in play. Tees and greens are frozen, and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Carts will not be available. Mike Bugenhagen reminds us: the grass is dormant, any damage to the tees, fairways, and greens will not heal until the spring growing season, effecting course conditions when we open in April. So, I ask everyone to use caution if electing to play this weekend.
The Clubhouse and Pro-Shop will remain closed. I’d like to remind everyone, guests are not welcome.
According to our Rules & Policies:
“During the off season, non-members are prohibited from using the golf course. Any violation will result in a charge the equivalent of double greens fees per unauthorized person and will be charged to any member accompanying said non-member. For purposes of this section, “off-season” shall be defined as any period the Pro Shop is closed and unavailable for the collection of greens fees.”
For the Board of Directors,