Golf courses typically aerify the greens in the spring and fall months. There is a difference in the fall compared to the spring. The ground is firm, the soil temperatures are warmer and the turf is stressed from a busy summer of golf rounds. In order to make sure that the putting surfaces continue to perform at a high level it is very important to aerify the greens along with applying fresh sand to the surface. This guarantees proper drainage and air exchange allowing the greens to recover from the stressful summer months and prepare for the changing weather patterns leading into winter. As many of you are aware, our facility has had great weather since the middle of February this year. Moving into October, the long range forecast looks very promising and the golf season will finish strong this year, with great golf course conditions at Tri Mountain Golf Course.