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Course News – November

We had a total rainfall for October of 105mm and have used approx. 5 megalitres of irrigation. With the fairways now fertilised and sprayed, we have attended to the narrow area on the 2nd fairway by rotary hoeing up the…

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Ladies News – November

It is wonderful seeing so many ladies enjoying their golf, both playing 18 or 9 holes. It is also lovely that we are able to have more people staying after golf for a chat. Points of Interest What a success…

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Ladies News – October

It is hard to believe how beautiful the gardens are looking in Orange. Lots of dormant seed has germinated and made the lawns flourish and of course also the weeds.  While we were gardening this week many guests commented on…

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Course Report – October

We had 78mm of rain in September, down from 140mm in August. Irrigation used approximately 1.8 megalitres. Greens renovations are complete and are already starting to look fantastic. Greens renovation is an important part of our maintenance program. Coring the…

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September Course Report

We had great rainfall for August - 140mm. This rain and now some warmer spring weather, and a green tinge is starting to appear on the fairways. The Turkeys nest dam is nearing full capacity while the 17th dam is…

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Ladies Canobolas Cup – 2020

Spring sprang for the Conobalas Cup finals today, and a big congratulations to Virginia Conran for taking out her 2nd title. Virginia was solid early, keeping her ball in play and the pressure on Jenny Millner. She turned for the…

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August Course News

Our regular winter course management continues - a preventative spray program for winter fusarium and feeding and nitro-iron addition to greens to keep their colour over the cooler months. Work continues on our bunkers - moving sand to playing areas, sodding entry and exit areas, cleaning pits and raking bunkers.
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Ladies July August Newsletter

It has been a while since the last newsletter but with things being far from normal I haven't had a lot to report. Who knows when things will be "normal" so I will see what I can conger up for…

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