On Tuesday, May 28th the South Course greens were needle-tined.  This process is done in order to allow air to enter the root zone, as well as stimulate root growth.  In order to create as little disruption as possible, we use 1/8th inch tines and roll the greens afterward, in order to smooth the surface.  Throughout the golf season we try to complete this process every two weeks.  The following pictures show this operation.