|Chipping green being aerated with our new core collector attachment|
This would be a great time to get a round in prior to the greens aeration. The agronomy staff has been receiving numerous compliments on the condition of the golf course. Come on out and check it out for yourself.
I was hoping to see a few more people using the hitting strategy I mentioned in last weeks post. The divot patterns do not lie. Most people are using either the take it all method or the scatter method. To those are attempting to implement our preferred divot pattern, I thank you, and please continue to do so. I am including a link to an article from the USGA on the topic of driving range tee use. To check it out, click on the link below.
The picture above was copied (stolen) from Bailey Ranch Golf Maintenance Blog, which is run by Chris Cook. This is what an ideal divot pattern would look when you finish hitting balls on the driving range tee.