Morning set up and more

Mowing all areas is always priority on the worksheet after a bank holiday weekend.

Trimming sprinkler heads also commenced today, which is a labour intensive job considering there are over 2,000 sprinkler heads to be cleaned and trimmed. Not everyone’s favourite task but an important one all the same.

Dunluce 12th green

Dunluce 3rd green, laid and opened last year, this greeen is now in line with the other Dunluce greens. Although the green putted well it was still a little weaker than other greens. 

An area where sand was gained for some Course development has been turned into an environmentally beneficial area by allowing broken turfs to retain sand but creating sand areas for sand mining bees, wild flowers and sheer edges for sand martins to nest.

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