News - Management
Warmer weather focuses attention on the greens.
Tee times can now be made in the clubhouse just like online.
More recognition for St Enodoc
Wind suspends play at Trevose. Tour Pro uses a 4 iron for a 100 yd shot !
Two lady Members are needed to be part of the working group to be formed to take forward the clubhouse development.
Effects of frost and an update on course work.
Details are given of the outline plan for the clubhouse.
The rains take their toll on the courses but repair work is well in hand.
This year up to now has been an exceptional growing year which has caused us a few issues.
There will be a meeting on Friday 12th October at 6.30 pm for members to learn more about the proposed plans to remodel the clubhouse.
The mowers need regular attention to keep them cutting the greens to perfection
Golf World has confirmed its 35th U.K. rating of St Enodoc by ranking it 76th in the World for courses which are open to visitors.
St Enodoc continues to rise up the Golf World Top 100 U.K. & Ireland rankings moving up from 38th in 2010 to 35th today
St Enodoc has the honour of hosting County Week which starts on Sunday 20th May and volunteers are required.
Remedial work has now been completed on the Himalaya bunker
The 2012 AGM took place after the Am-Am on Easter Saturday with a a large number of Members present.
This is the first report of the New Year with very different weather conditions from January 2011 and with fluctuating temperatures.
From Monday 28th November the bunkers on holes #12 and #15 will be under repair.
Instructed by the Management Committee to improve the yardage markings on the course our General Manager decided to involve NASA..
Welcome to the new Members Page which we hope you like. There are some notes under Extras to the right which are designed to help you get the best out of it. Hopefully you will have no difficulty navigating around all of the new website as it is fairly intuitive if slightly different from the old one.
Church Course Report
Present cutting heights: Greens- 3 mm, Surrounds- 8 mm, Tees- 8 mm, Fairways- 12 mm.The greens received their annual maintenance this month which consisted of the greens being tined with ½” tine, heavy sand dressing applied (1.5 tons per green) and then over seeded with pure Fescue. Once this process had been done we were reliant on the weather to introduce a final dressing and the Bent seed, which was achieved.
Church Course Report
Present cutting heights: Greens- 3mm, Surrounds- 8 mm, Tees- 8 mm, Fairways- 12 mm
This month on the greens my focus has been on maintaining a good quality surface now that we have had the consistency in growth. So to achieve this, greens were sprayed with a conditioner (seaweed, iron and potassium) a total of 3 times. A growth regulator was applied. The greens were then tined with an 8mm tine, rolled and top-dressed, each receiving 0.5...
Dates for your diary
19th May 2013
Men's County Week
1st June 2013
Magor Gold Medal & Woodcote Cup
6th June 2013
Royal Cornwall Show
18th June 2013
Ladies Open Day
22nd June 2013
Cornwall v Rest of the World