No drought about it
Temperatures have been in the red this summer, but the greens are still just that at the local golf courses. In fact, conditions have rarely been better, even though the area is in the midst of extreme drought conditions.
According to management at both Morris Country Club and Nettle Creek Country Club, given the choice between extreme wet and heat or dryness and heat, the latter is preferred.
"If you get too much rainfall, you have more diseases you have to deal with," Morris Country Club Golf Course Superintendent Andy Weadge said. "When the conditions are dry like this, you don't have that disease-pressure to deal with and that helps the bottom line because you're not having to use as many chemicals."
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