Hollow-Tining
08 Mar, 2017

Hollow-tining, an aeration process whereby cores of sand/soil are removed from the playing surface will be carried out on the Greens at the Garden Course. This is an important agronomic practice to ensure proper aeration and percolation of water and air through the soil profile to promote good root growth and hence better turf health and vigour.

The Greens will be sandy and a little bumpy for the first week and conditions should return to normal within a week or two. The affected period is as follows:

Monday, 27 March to Friday, 31 March 2017

We would like to thank members for their patience, as we strive to bring you the best conditions year round and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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