Monday, September 26, 2011

More Rain

Copperleaf has experienced over 20 inches of rain over the past 30 days. Some recent photos taken last Thursday afternoon highlight the effect the rain has on the golf course.




Fortunately, our course continues to drain extremely well with today, Monday September 26, being the only day we have used cart path restrictions.

Unfortunately, the amount of rain continues to slow progress on our course projects and detail work. The amount of labor required to repair bunkers and other washouts to prepare the course is significant. The most challenging aspect of this is that on several occasions, our staff have completed the repairs only to have another significant rain event wash out the repairs again.





I appreciate everyone's patience during these challenging times and give full credit to my staff for enduring through the rain, lightning and repeat work.

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Current Golf Course Information

Greens Height: 0.140"

Greens Speed: 11' 6 "

Fairway Height: 0.5"

Rough Height: 1.5"

Tees and Approaches: .425"

Current Lake Level: 12 feet

Control Level 14'

Rain this month (March): 0.5"

Rain this year: 4.87































































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