The last few days we have caught some warmer weather so it outside we go. This last December 2009 went down as the 7th coldest December in Denver history. The average temperature was 24.1 degrees, it hasn't been that cold in December since 1914. So we spent most days inside working on indoor projects. Now with temperatures in the 40's and 50's this week we are anxious to get outside. Some of the items we will be working on in the fair weather are as follows.
- Winter watering southern exposed bunker noses
- Moving snow from fairway areas to exposed areas under trees
- Seam cleaning equipment
- Cleaning club and driving range amenities & prepping for stain
- Trimming trees and perennials
As of now we are right on pace to have all of our winter projects completed by April 1st. Then we start aerification of the course.
Steam cleaning equipment
Moving snow on to southern exposures
Adding snow under trees
(Beneficial moisture for the turf and the tree)