It's all about cutting the grass at this time of the year, and we're keeping on top of things a little by taking the fairways down to 15mm instead of 17mm. We're cutting the greens a little shorter now too, with 4.5mm being the new cut length. We've also been maintaining the greens with some grooming, using vertical blades to refine the grass and take care of seeds.
The pictures show the course looking great, with cherries starting to grow on the trees at the side of the 5th fairway, and golfers who push their tee shot a little left of the 14th might spot some pyramid orchids. The photo below was taken there just this morning.
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