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    Just wondering if anyone has any ideas or plans about fixing cv . I was up there the other day playing a round @ once we started down 12 it was crazy never seen so much mud on a hill how does a hill stay so muddy.all of us almost fell then while putting on 13 I did a full belly flop in the mud not even a jump put just started sliding @ that was it. It seems very dangerous up there so any ideas?
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    It's all getting upgrades SOON cause the MASTERS is coming.

    You'll love the course once all the upgrades are made

    I assume you'll lend a hand
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    Cv improvements are underway

    Some minor mulching will be done for the Louisville classic

    The main bad wet spots are 12 and 13

    Metro is working with us as we will be doing some major rock and mulching projects, local golfers are laying out plans for 12s fairway reconditioning and pin preservation + stairs to control the hillside erosion

    The boy scouts are also in the mix to help with various additional work, scouts installed the benches and steps and pin frame on 14 and 15

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    Last time I was there I said it should be terraced so mowing those spots would be eliminated, just wood chipping.
    All I need is some tasty waves and a cool buzz and I'm all right.

    I backhand as a hobby, I putt to pay the bills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeman View Post
    Last time I was there I said it should be terraced so mowing those spots would be eliminated, just wood chipping.
    Great idea!
    Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new..........Albert Einstein

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