Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
Even though its mid September, we are already preparing for some winter projects. As you travel throughout the course, you will notice that the landscape beds are a little bare. This is because we have begun to dig up all the perennials so that we may divide them and use them in other places throughout the course. While our landscape beds are designed to be "low" maintenance, it does not mean they are "no" maintenance. If left alone, the plants would get too large and would actually begin to thin out. This is actually part of our normal maintenance program and is done every 5-7 years.
The reason for starting this now is so that it is easier for us to identify the plants after they are dug up. After we clean out the beds, we will be reorganizing the plantings so that the landscaping looks its best for next season.
|Removal of ornamental grasses at #2 green.|
|Ornamental grass clump that will be divided into 4 separate plants.|
|#2 landscape bed after the perennials have been removed.|
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
A good time was had by all at the 10th annual HFCC Superintendent's Revenge Tournament. Our 2014 Champions was the team of Ernie & Joyce Franklin and Bill & Carol Miller. Here are some pics of the fun day.
|Sand Pro races|
|Putting with a canoe paddle|
|Playing with a tennis ball and just a few obstacles|
|Fun with friends!|
|2014 HFCC Superintendent's Revenge Champions|