The most valued and appreciated tree at Cutten Fields is the Sugar Maple beside the 18th green. Over the past few seasons...

Course and Grounds staff are experimenting with alternative bunker rakes on holes 3, 4, 11 & 17.  I understand the experi...

The golf course sustained a minor amount of winter injury to the turf as a result of crown hydration. Crown hydration inj...

Cutten Fields is excited to announce the selection of Jeff Mingay as consulting Architect.  Jeff has been commissioned to...

It's been a fairly mild winter and as a result the greens and golf course have wintered well. We are expecting a wonderfu...

Utilizing tarps for winter protection can be a complex issue.  The complexity is predominantly driven by a false sense of...

After a long summer battling the heat and drought it's time for some turf recovery.  Although turf appears healthy it is...

Course & Grounds have struggled to maintain high quality turf over the past two seasons on tees 6, 9, 13, and 15 (blue)....

Over the past few weeks we have been struggling to track down the cause of many malfunctioning irrigation heads. The root...

Anyone who practices bunker shots at the learning center knows that those two bunkers contain many tiny stones.  These st...

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