After experiencing heavy thunderstorms the evening before, we came in on the morning of July 3rd to find this.
An irrigation pipe leading to a quick coupler valve had broken next to the 13th green. The water ran through the night and eventually washed away a section of the collar and part of the green.
Thanks to the efforts of my irrigation tech Chris Wargo along with some other members of our greens staff, the repairs were quickly made and the next day the green looked like this.
Maintaining a golf course is a big job. It takes the dedication and hard work of a team working together to pull it off. I just want to take this opportunity to thank my staff for all their hard work and to say keep up the good work.