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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW AFTER OVERSEEDING

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Things you need to know as courses come out from overseeding.

 

On October 17, three of the RCSCW courses will re-open.   Grandview and Desert Trails have been closed all summer for a bunker renovation and a pro shop remodel.  During this time, the fall overseeding has also been completed.  So come out and check out all the new changes.

 

Trail Ridge and Stardust are also coming out from fall overseeding.

 

Please remember as you book tee times, after courses re-open from overseeding, there will be a mandatory minimum 1 week cart path only restriction including medical flags.

 

Next up for overseeding will be Pebblebrook, Echo Mesa and Deer Valley starting on October 19 and will remain closed until November 6, re-opening November 7 with a cart path restriction until November 14.  At which time, all courses will be fully functional and the season will kick into high gear.  So get the clubs cleaned, dust off those cobb webs and prepare for some beautiful course conditions.  It’s time to get back into the “swing” of things.

 

A special thanks to Todd Patty, Environmental Services Manager, and all the golf course maintenance crews for their hard work at making the RCSCW courses some of the best in the Northwest Valley of Phoenix, Arizona!

 

Thank you for playing the RCSCW golf courses!  

Enjoy your rounds on the links!!!!!

  1. Dave Previni says:

    I have a question on the overseeding schedule which was determined months ago. Many of our golfers use medical flags and hundreds of more are not capable of playing a “cartpath only” course. Your overseeding schedule has essentially closed all seven of our courses for a period of 7 to 10 days or more for those golfers (4 courses will be cartpath only and the other three will be closed). Did anyone ever consider not closing the second three courses until the first four courses are ready for “no cart restrictions”? That is only a one week delay in overseeding the second three courses and would allow all golfers with medical issues the opportunity to play at least one of our courses during that time period.

    Perhaps, next year, you could schedule a one week gap between the opening of the first group of overseeded courses and the closing of the second group of courses.

    I understand the importance of cartpath only after overseeding and, indeed, all of our courses are in great condition and the maintenance crews should be commended.

  2. Multimedia says:

    Thank you for your comments Dave. We will pass your suggestion along to Todd Patty. Have a great day.

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