Today we were able to complete a quad tine of the South Course greens that we planned. Timing worked out very well. We were able to complete the entire process before 10:30 A.M. which is before the temperature started to climb. As mentioned in our previous post this benefits the turf by helping remove some organic matter as well as let the soil “breath”. However, we thought it was best to delay sand topdressing at this time because the added abrasion from brushing during the heat could be detrimental to the turf. Next week we will plan to topdress lighly greens in conjunction with scheduled fairway topdressing as long as the weather allows. Below are a few pictures of the process.