Operation Pollinator project we selected two areas, one beside #1 tee complex and one between #10 green and #11 tee complex, to create these areas. The project has been a great success and we see these areas teaming with bees and butterflies. We will continue to improve our planting processes over the winter to hopefully have these areas even more plentiful with wildflowers and pollinators.
DryJect process to our aerification in August. We hope using this process will provide better subsurface drainage and root growth and will reduce the disruption to the putting surface so we can get the greens back to their desired quality sooner. This winter we will finish our greens irrigation renovation, add surface drainage to #10 fairway, selectively reduce shade around the course, renovate the native planting bed between #1 tee and the driving range, and renovate the remaining fairway bunkers.
It is going to be a long winter and a lot of hard work. We will do our best to not interfere with your round but please remember that all the work we are doing is simply to make your course better.