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INFORMATION ON GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE / AC
01/08/13

The Golf Club Manager wishes to give the following information:


1º.- Basic maintenance tasks have been delayed because of the torrential rain that fell in March: 212 l /m2.
2º.- Work can [...]
The Golf Club Manager wishes to give the following information:


1º.- Basic maintenance tasks have been delayed because of the torrential rain that fell in March: 212 l /m2.
2º.- Work can finally begin on mowing the rough, and on ground under repair, once the soil and vegetation are drier.
3º.- Pruning work has been completed on trees that block play along fairways or are a danger to players. For example: eucalyptus trees on the 7th, 9th, and 14th hole on course B, and pines on the ladies’ 9th and 15th tees on the same course.
4º.- In the first week of May, work will continue to aerate the greens for the summer season. 3 lorry-loads of sand have been ordered to reposition bunkers following water destruction in March.
5º.- Finally, the management proposes a change to the rise on the 5th hole on Course A, for the following reasons:
1ª.- The number of pines at the site which, due to the type of soil, have continued to dry out year after year. Finally, a mastic tree was planted that has dried out for the same reasons.
2ª.- Maintenance work: since there is insufficient fairway width, there is no possibility of continuous mowing, so the aforementioned rise and its surrounding area will have to be mown in three stages, with the delays that such a move will mean for the game..
3ª.- For the same reason, the area is always muddy, with pathways for players being narrow.
4ª.- The solution does not change how the hole is played for low and high handicaps alike.
5ª.- The view will be more complete for the player’s decision regarding the second stroke.

The Committee feels the proposal is reasonable, and that, in addition to the arguments laid output forward, the affected area has experienced slips that pose a danger for members.




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