Wild Turkey Trace

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Wild Turkey Trace

Postby BigVMan » Fri Jul 28, 2017 1:59 pm

Couse for the past 2-3 months has been in the best shape I have ever seen it in my 13-14 years playing, and several "old timers" who have been around almost as long as the course are saying it's the best they have even seen it, period. Fairways and rough are great...bunkers are good as long as we don't get a big downpour, takes a couple of days to recover from those usually. Greens were in wonderful shape, but the past week-10 days they seem to have taken a little bit of a beating. Not sure if it's weather related, mowing issues, watering when too hot...something has bothered them and not looking as good as they were, but still putting well and nothing too bad.
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