To combat the saturated soils and lack of oxygen, we have been aerifying the greens, especially 10 and 18, on a regular basis. We have also limited mowing and rolling to reduce stress as much as possible.
A few areas in the fairways have also been aerified.
Squeegeeing the fairways is becoming a daily routine - attempting to clear the water off as soon as possible. We have been lucky in the sense that we have not had a lot of sun and high temperatures. If we had these rains followed be heat and sun, we would have seen a lot more turf loss.
We are stuck between a rock and a hard place on mowing - if we don't mow today, the next driest day will most likely be Thursday by then the grass will be horrendously long, it already is. If we mow today we are going to pull up mud and the course is going to look like trash. So, some areas we mowed, some we didn't. The rule is: if it's just a mud track, go ahead and mow it; but if you're leaving ruts, don't mow it. Tracks are temporary, ruts are hard to get out.