There are some definite pros and cons to winter on the golf course. One pro is that less people play during the cold months, and less foot traffic means less damage to the course’s bermuda grasses. However, winter is harsh for plant life. It’s not uncommon to wind up at the beginning of spring with several dead patches of grass scattered around the course. Winter damage is rough, but there are a few things you can do to minimize it. Continue reading Reducing Winter Damage on Your Golf Course Bermuda Grasses
Spring can sneak up on your fast — especially if you’re in charge of maintaining a golf course. Now is the time to make sure your course’s bermuda grasses and bunker sand are ready.
Here are some things you’ll need to address before the warm weather hits. Continue reading Spring Comes Early: Are your golf course’s bermuda grasses ready?