Under the watchful eye of our Head Greenskeeper Scott Corrigan, Greenburn has installed a program of activities that have improved the course year on year. Feedback coming from members and visitors has been very very positive.
Hugely improved drainage allows for play even in very wet weather and the excellent condition of the greens shows they have certainly benefited from the strict program installed.
Everything from seeding to verti-cutting is done with a purpose and with playing conditions like we have experienced over the last couple of years due to early preparation work we are now seeing the rewards with an extended playing season and winter golf on a more presentable layout.
We have been delighted to see members out in large numbers for our opening competitions. The dry spring and subsequently settled weather have allowed the Greens team to make substantial improvements to long viewed ‘problem’ areas on the 12th and 16th holes and the course is now playing fantastically well.
As ever the work never stops, and Scott will give a regular update here on the program of works identified to ensure we continue with the improvements mentioned.
For very regular updates on the course and conditions see our Facebook page. Scott often updates this early in the morning especially when we have medal play scheduled.
We hope this is of benefit to you and gives you a better understanding of what is happening in and around the Club.