Budhyzer 17696 wrote:Steve's been hard at work weedwhacking the fairways again this year and
with the grass seed that has been spread around the last couple of years, the fairways are starting to look great. He may need to buy a mower soon.
If you haven't seen the course right after whacking, you need to try to make it out. It's amazing.
And if you see him out there whacking, let him know it is appreciated!
Tee pad work will be in full force after this weekend; we'll be 4 wheeling materials around for numerous pad extensions projects, permanent pads on the A-B-C holes and steps and retaining walls on #14.
No rest for the wicked.
Budhyzer 17696 wrote:Btchn has finnished the retaining wall on #14, the area of the wall and the basket placement has been mulched and the basket is in the A position and looks sweet. It's cool to have a raised/ level green on a sidehill like that. Great job Robert!!
We've spread two large dump trucks full of mulch so far; on the front starting at the A through C holes and working back towards #1 and onthe back from #10 through #12. There's still A LOT more to do and hope we finish before the September 15th deadline for use of the four wheeler.
Thanks to Crager for the fourwheeler and Dev, Odie, Timmy and Steve for the loading and unloading manpower.
Steve an I will be out this weekend doing some pad work on #8A. When done, it should be a sight to see.
I also plan on makinig a couple log benches at #14 tee pad this weekend if all goes well.
I encourage all of you to come see all the improvements we've done this year at the Wildcat Bluff Open this October 23rd! (shameless promotion)
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