We had a great turnout today, over 20 people total for the day!!!
We had a set back in the morning when the parks crew could not get the chipper running. Therefore we went to plan B which was to start working on the trail building that will go through the course. The trail is to encourage foot traffic and discourage erosion. Steve Kruger is taking the opportunity up front to address concerns about over use and foot traffic on the course. With the slopes present on this course it will be nice to have a graded trail that may seem a longer route in some cases but provides a way to get around the course with out having to trek straight up hill. It will be encourage to play the course on a 90 degree from the these trails
Here are a few pictures of the work we did today:
Hole 1 looking out from tee pad location
Hole 1 looking back form the pin
Hole 2 standing on tee pad location
hole 2's fairway
We also removed all of the bucked tree fall on the green & fairway of hole 7 and hole 8's fairway( hole 8 not seen in picture). The two piles of limbs were supposed to be for the chipper today but we will get them next time!
Keep in mind that as you look through the slideshow that most of the holes are still rough, they need some trees removed, trail installed and fairway vegetation thinned or removed.
Stub Stewart Slide Show Holes 1-7