Category: Course Report (App)

Aerification Update

Due to the wet conditions yesterday and more precipitation in the forecast tomorrow we were not able to aerify the greens as scheduled.  Further information regarding the aerification of greens will be sent out as soon as we get enough dry days to begin the process.

Carts will be CART PATH ONLY for at least the upcoming week.

Golf Course Update

The golf course has finally thawed out which will allow us to open for play tomorrow, Friday, February 26th.  Due to EXTREMELY wet conditions, we will not allow push carts to be used on the course on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.  We will reassess this situation next week and hopefully be able to allow push carts for play.  The cart rule will be CART PATH ONLY for the foreseeable future.

The putting green will reopen today, and the range will continue to be open using the mats.

Golf Course Update

Due to the snow and the extremely cold temperatures that we experienced last week the golf course will be closed.  Currently the earliest that we expect the course to open would be this coming Saturday, February 27th.  There are many areas of the course that are currently frozen, and we also will have to wait for some areas to drain before anyone can be allowed on the golf course.  Please keep an eye out for more updates throughout the week.

We will open the driving range on Tuesday but will be limited to hitting off the mats.  The putting green will be closed until further notice due to freezing and thawing.

Project Update

On Monday August 10th, weather pending, the front 9 will be closed for play to burn debris from the project between #1 and #7.  We apologize for any inconvenience and plan to reopen as normal on Tuesday.


We have received multiple inquiries regarding this project and wanted to pass along the benefits the project will bring to our facility.  The clearing of the wooded area will allow for much better airflow and sight lines throughout the area.  The increased airflow will allow for better turf condition throughout the area.  The project will also allow us to control the sheet flow of water that runs from multiple areas around the club.  The pipe that runs below #4’s white tee box has been clogged with debris for years, and this project will help to solve the problem.  We will now have a retention area where water can be slowed and allowed to enter the pipe at a rate that will decrease the erosion near #4 ladies tee box.



Shannon Watson

Class A Superintendent

CC of Paducah


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