These are after 1 week of growth. In one more week they will be perfect. Now thats how much we care about greens. Come golf Redstone this spring and see the Redstone difference
https://www.redstoneresort.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/After-2-weeks.jpg 480 640 Cary Fisher https://www.redstoneresort.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/redstonelogo.png Cary Fisher2015-05-18 09:05:102015-05-18 18:24:55Greens after 1 week
https://www.redstoneresort.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/rolling-gary.jpg 588 784 Cary Fisher https://www.redstoneresort.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/redstonelogo.png Cary Fisher2015-05-18 09:01:082015-05-18 18:26:09How much do we care about our greens?
I can tell you flat out that greens are the most important part of a golf course to our owners and our staff. I can live with bumpy cart paths (and we have those) and I can live with an unpaved parking lot but not poor greens. That’s why we have an extra green or a nursery green for situations where things don’t go our way. This winter was warm with plenty of freeze thaw cycles. We ended up with six greens having 5% to 15% ice damage. Sure we could punch them and over seed but that could take until Mid July to grow in. Our plan is to have the best greens every year so we re-sod. I have attached the before picture. Its scary and had some members really worried about the quality of greens. That was one week ago. Check out our greens now: https://redstoneresort.com/?p=3163