It’s time once again to aerate the greens for their long-term health. 

As explained by the USGA in the article linked below: “Aeration provides a host of benefits for our hard-working putting surfaces. It helps to relieve the compaction that comes with intense golfer and maintenance traffic. Aeration also improves air and water movement through the soil, which yields healthier grass and more consistent playing conditions. Breaking up the layer of organic material that accumulates just below the putting surface – commonly referred to as thatch – is another important benefit. The end result is firmer, smoother and healthier greens.”

Greens Aeration Schedule

July 11 & 12 – Front 9 closed for greens aeration

July 13 & 14 – Back 9 closed for greens aeration