Jeff Miller will be our guide for the next two hours, teaching us about our golf course, and answering lots of questions.
Jeff's official title is "Director of Agronomy"
The "white areas around the green is acually morning dew with the sun shiniing on it.
David, is figuring out his next question!
Jeff dug down to show us the sub-straight under the sand.
Water can percolate down, while the sand stays in place, and the soil under the special sub-straight does not mix with the sand.
A perfect morning learning about the golf course.
I should have taken notes.... this is the "brains" of the pump house.. I don't rmemeber what it is called.
Never know what will be growing on the edges of the course.
A group of ownders listening to Jeff Miller. We all agreed it was a great learning experience.
How does the sand stay so white?
IGM is the company that cares for our Golf course.
Water comes from both a well located in the pump house, and from the near-by pond.
Bruce does his "good deed" for the day.
He is pulling a very invasive seedling of The Tallow tree.
Owners followed Jeff Miller in golf carts as he took us to different areas. He showed us some of the recent changes and explained why and how things are done.
Jeff Miller teaches us about the sand and the design in the "Bunkers"
Mowing the edges with a special machine.