Course Report

Moat progressWe have had such a bad winter for rainfall this year, which has hampered our progress and means we have not achieved as much as we wanted to by this time in the year!

That said though, we have installed approximately 600 metres of new drainage, and this work will continue indefinitely to enhance all year round playability.

We’ve also made good progress on the bunker reconstruction project at the 2nd 3rd 11th and 13th holes, which will vastly improve the playability of these bunkers, plus, the aesthetic presentation is greatly enhanced. Like drainage, this is a long term project that will continue for the forseeable future.

To minimise mess I was hoping for a hard frost this winter before starting work around the 8th green, but as it happens we have had one of the mildest, wettest winters in a long time. As we don’t expect frost now, it was decided to proceed with the work so we can ensure it’s completion in time for the new season. This will create a bit more mess, but the rewards will be well worth it in

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We’ve also vertidrained all fairways and tees, and will continue to carry out this work on an ongoing basis to enhance the drainage characteristics of the course.

I have been happy with the greens this winter, as far as keeping them in play as much as possible. I believe we have closed the course only once this year and that was due to very high winds.

Thanks from all the Greenkeeping staff for all your support and encouragement over the last 11 months.

Gary Divers, Head Greenkeeper

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