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Sand…on a golf course it has so many different connotations.
Ok all you Kilmarlic diehards, can you guess which hole this is? I’ll give you a hint, t is one of mine and Whiskey’s favorites for more reasons than just the breathtaking view. Give up? It’s Hole 15! This hole epitomizes the feel of the back 9 at Kilmarlic. From the black…
You wake up on a cold Saturday morning and decide you want to beat the “winter blues” by getting in a round of golf at your favorite golf spot! You have some things to get done in the afternoon but you have just enough time to hit the links, play a round, and get home to tackle your “honey-do” list. You arrive at the club, get bags loaded, and head in to the Golf Shop – then you hear it – the dreaded phrase “We are on a frost delay.”
Whiskey Evan of Currituck is his registered name, but Whiskey is what he answers to (most of the time). Whiskey is a part-time family dog, part-time duck hunter, and full-time golf course dog.
Spring has arrived, the air temperature is warming, you’ve been stuck inside for the consecutive late winter Nor’easters. You dust off your clubs, head to your favorite golf facility, eager to hit the first tee shot of the year and then walk on the practice green…. Holes! and Sand! Everywhere!! Why does the superintendent do this every year???
Welcome to my Blog! My purpose in starting this blog is to open a line of clarity as to what we as a Golf Course Agronomy department do. I will introduce you to various members of our team, explain practices we employ and why we do them, update on course conditions, highlight benefits the golf course brings…