Tuesday- June 7, 2022

Good Morning Kingsmill,

Today’s forecast calls for sunny skies. High temperature of 81 degrees. Our Team will be preparing the River and Plantation Courses for play. The Woods Course will remain closed today and we have a lot of maintenance planned – taking full advantage of the closure.

Have a great day!

River Course

Golf Shop Hours: 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM

Range Hours: 7:00 AM- 7:00 PM

Range Location: Grass

Professional on Duty AM: Todd Gantt & Darryl Martin

Professional on Duty PM: Miles Chapman

Tee Times: Full Course Shotgun @ 8:30 AM (VSGA Day 2)

Pin: #2

Carts: 90 Degrees

Course setup, blowing debris off greens, mowing greens, blowing clippings, greens moisture management, irrigation repair (#5 isolation valve).

Plantation Course

Tee Times: 8:00 AM Shotgun on #15-18 & 1 (Odd Lots)

Pin: #3

Carts: 90 Degrees

Course setup, blowing debris off greens, mowing greens, spraying greens, spraying tees and fairways, mowing rough, mowing tree lines, blowing clippings, greens moisture management.

Woods Course

Course Closed – Solid Tine Greens Aerification 

Golf Course Maintenance & Landscape

The Agronomy Team has been working extremely hard this Spring as the golf courses continue to green up. When these efforts align with average weather, we see consistent improvement in course conditions. The Agronomy Team’s focus on details and providing great putting surfaces have shown over the last few weeks and we’ve enjoyed the positive feedback. Other areas the team is focusing on include cart paths, Woods Course #11 right-side erosion, and repairing the dam on River Course Hole 15. The overflow structure allows water to leak through the dam, and the pond level is two feet low. Repairs have been made as of Thursday, June 2nd.

Regarding overall landscaping, have you seen the seasonal color / summer flowers at the Resort? Coleus and Lantana were selected to provide great color and not great food for the deer of Kingsmill. The hanging baskets are full of Petunias and safely out of reach of the deer to ensure you get to enjoy them for the full season.

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