It’s 2024, and the resolutions have been made. Before you start making excuses, consider this: playing golf might help you achieve several goals. That’s right, the benefits of playing golf coincide with some common New Year’s resolutions for both men and women.
Our 15th green is a great barometer for the progress made this season. Though the season was shortened by a cool spring, much has been accomplished and we’ve laid solid building blocks for the seasons ahead.
Good agronomic practices are worth the effort and are paying off here at Rose Hill. Part of maintaining a healthy course is aerification. Before work begins, the Rose Hill Team uses data and scouting to determine the timing and frequency of aerification. Adjustments may be needed based on the weather and course usage. Join General Manager Mike Kuhn as he talks us through the multiple steps of this critical process.
Rose Hill Golf Club Greens Aerification Mother Nature has given us a nice window today to get started with greens aerification. The process starts with spreading a layer of sand on the turf. The aerifier then punches the holes and the sand is dragged from the surface into the holes. A
Foliar Fertilizer and Fungicide Much of the work done on the course is not as noticeable as the terrific new signage. We make every effort to complete maintenance tasks with the least disruption to players. Today will wrap up a very busy and productive week for the RHGC Team. Greens