Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Winter Work: Course Accessories


As we continue to take a look at the number of things that keep maintenance crews busy during the winter months, refurbishing course accessories takes a significant portion of our time.  This work is typically done when the course is covered in snow, or during frost delays that prevent us from working on other projects outside.

Little Bennett's ball washers disassembled, cleaned, sanded, and repainted

Traffic control stakes are repainted at Hampshire Greens



Amongst the items that are refurbished are ball washers, flag sticks and cups, yardage markers, tee markers, traffic control stakes, water cooler houses, tee caddies, directional signs, benches, bunker rakes, trash cans, and the list goes on!




Broken tee caddies and directional arrows are made and painted
Yardage poles are repainted
Northwest in the process of making new signs and tee markers
So when you think that those maintenance guys couldn't possibly be THAT busy during the winter, rest assured that we are working just as hard as we do during the rest of the year trying to take care of this type of work that can't be readily accomplished during the season when all these accessories are in use and needed on the course!








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