Along with our winter projects, we are busy doing the regular agronomic practices that make the golf course healthy. One of these projects is fertilizing the entire golf course.
Over the years, many members have asked me why we fertilize when the grass isn't growing such as in the winter. The fact is, the types of grass that we have in Highlands do grow throughout the winter. Research shows that late fall fertilization is one of the best practices we can do to achieve healthy turf.
As soon as we finish with the back nine, the entire golf course will have been fertilized and prepared for winter.