With that being said, I know there is an itch to get out there, if the weather turns warmer and the greens start growing, we may open sooner.
To be honest, a few of our greens look like junk - they really took a beating this winter due to some ice cover, cold temps in high winds. Here is what 12 currently looks like. The great news is that there is plenty of green grass underneath and they will all be green and healthy in a few weeks as they start growing. On typical winter damage - if it's brown it comes back, if it's white it's gone.
Our major task this week and into next is cleaning the course from the winter winds. We rake up any debris and pick up any stick that is pencil size or larger. With 150 acres and thousand of trees, this is a big task.
One of the last small projects that Wayne has been working on is a shelving unit for our reels. He did a great job putting this together last week, helping maintain a clean and organized shop.