Rainbow Covers the Course

1.5 inches of rain in the last 24 hours, as summer arrives! Photos below are with Dad and Mike on members league.

Ezekiel 1:28 ESV

Like the appearance of the bow that is in the cloud on the day of rain, so was the appearance of the brightness all around. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of one speaking.

Summer finally arrived this week in Central Ohio, and was blessed enough to catch this photo!







Each Sunrise reminds me of these verses!

Lamentations 3:22-23

The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Reverend, thank you for your prayers sir!

What an honor and a blessing to have the largest office in central Ohio!
Wilson! It was On a “Tuesday” progress continues, and we finally had a warm day! An excellent work out for the grass! Wow, what a view!








Brad thank you for your help organizing the irrigation cables! Joel your advice is greatly appreciated! Number six & seven Players is organized to coincide with the site pro software! Only one solenoid left to change on the left of six!




#4 Players Stripes are Right!


#2 Foxfire


Akron U new G.A., Mycelium, Irrigation Repairs

As The Fall season in central Ohio continues we lose many valuable team members and Brady Stewart, the former baseball catcher for Akron University is returning to his alma mater as the Graduate Assistant to the baseball team! Brady was able to perform many daily tasks including course set up, and on his last day he was able to stripe diamonds on the grass! Thanks for your help.
The other photo is of the mycelium fungi that cause dollar spot.
Mark Novotny, thank you for the utilization of your electronic tracking devices. We have been able to locate several breaks and repair cables.







7-29-14 More work done on bunkers…


Mark where can I get the green laser? For the geese? Thx D

Originally posted on Mark Novotny CGCS:

The weather has been weird.  Even though we missed all of the rain over the weekend with the cooler temperatures the bunkers are staying wet.  We wanted to work on # 8 some more but with the new drainage we stayed out of it and worked on # 3 Fairway instead.  Most of the soil is in place and we are ready for the final grade and then sod-in another one.

Brandon spot sprayed for nutsedge around the course today.  So you will start to see the yellow stuff turning brown in a week or so…at $95.00 per 1.33 ounces I am glad this stuff works well.  Brandon’s last day is Thursday and then heading off to teach our youth.

Hopefully we will get another bunker completed before Shawn leaves in a week.  After he leaves we will not have enough crew for projects, just mowing.  As you could tell…

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