December 2022 Newsletter December 2022 Newsletter - Page 6
The Superintendent ’ s Cut
The LGCC maintenance team has focused on keeping the course clear and playable during these colder weeks . As mowing has slowed down , the team is able to concentrate on detail work and keeping the course as aesthetically pleasing as possible .
The team is also excited as we enter the Winter season , as it allows us to work on some projects that time does not allow us to complete during the season . The team will be working on removal of trees around the property . The completion of the bunker renovation is also one of the first projects slated for the team to complete this upcoming off-season .
Please do your part and help our maintenance team keep the course in the best shape possible by replacing your divots and repairing your ball marks . Not only will this enhance your experience , but it will also go a long way for the golfers behind you who may find themselves with a great lie on the green only to find their lie riddled with un-repaired ball marks . Provided on the carts are bottles of sand to refill your divot and ball mark repair tools are for sale in the pro shop !
If there are any questions or concerns regarding the course , please do not hesitate to stop me when you see me around the property and ask . And as always , we are continuing to work hard in order to provide you , the members , with the best possible playing conditions in the Valley !