Course Care

Although currently pouring rain outside, I beleive golf season has arrived to the Ozarks. I would like to ask all of you to pay special attention to this short comment. It will make your pro, superintendant, and everyone who plays your course very happy… In spring a golf course can be a fragile as our “rusty” swings. Wet conditions and new grass growth require us to pay special attention to our divots and ballmarks. These practices are important all year, but a lack of care (or respect) at this time of the year can leave your golf course scarred for months to come despite the efforts of all who work there to make it better. Work on this and you will feel better about yourself as a “golfer” while we work on yourself as a “player”.

Thank you so much from all of us who try to give you a golf course you can be proud of!