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Why aerate the greens?

Spraying on the golf course

How we use less pesticides

Watering The Golf Course

How we manage our water resources

Naturalized areas on the golf course

How we balance maintenance and play

Golf Cart & Pull Cart Etiquette

Etiquette towards maintenance staff

Course Maintenance is much more complex than mowing grass.

 

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12552 Torbram Road, Caledon East, Ontario, L7C2S7

(905) 843-0726

Open Hours

Mon – Fri — 7:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday — 7:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday — 7:00am – 8:00pm

Maintaining a golf course takes a lot of effort 

Did you know that the golf course maintenance staff completes most of the work preparing the course well before you play? Did you know that our facility has 171 acres dedicated to your golfing experience? Our Golf course has 27 holes, 30 greens, dozens of bunkers, a few kilometers of cart paths and many other features. Understandably, it takes a significant amount of work to maintain all the different components of our family business.

How we manage our water resources

How we use fewer pesticides

How we balance maintenance and play

Our staff starts early & finishes late

The maintenance staff start their day at the crack of dawn. They start early to prepare their course for golfers with little disruption–enabling them to operate at peak efficiency. But, unfortunately, their productivity substantially decreases as the play begins. Therefore, the early morning work is critical to the overall course maintenance and the principal reason we start our tee times later in the morning.

On a typical morning, our maintenance staff mow enough turf to cover more than 25 football fields! In addition, the staff change hole locations, move tee markers, rake bunkers, clean up debris, scout for pests, and irrigate select areas. After the maintenance morning work, the staff shifts their attention to mowing rough, edging cart paths, and trimming the turf around bunkers and trees. Would you believe that most of this work occurs before lunch? 

Although the maintenance staff complete a significant amount during the day, as the sun begins to set, the work for the next day starts again. The irrigation team treats the turf and replaces the water that evaporated during the day–an essential process to keep the grass healthy. The tireless cycle of work in the early morning and late into the evening is the main reason why our golf course has such good conditions.

Next time you play, take a minute to think about the hard work that goes into producing the playing conditions you enjoy. Instead of wondering why a maintenance employee is mowing rough in the middle of the day, consider their commitment to their work. Take the time to thank our staff directly. Maintaining a golf course is much more complex than simply mowing grass.

Why not join our team help maintain our golf course?

"Always have a great time playing here, and being a family run course, they take care of it like a puppy! It’s very well maintained. On one occasion I lost two clubs, and one of the pros, Matt, found both clubs ! One of the only courses to not raises prices, they actually want you to play!"

Taran — Google Review

"A very nice local golf club, family owned and cared, well maintained greens. The staff including the owner, are very friendly and knowledgeable both about the game and also maintaining the property."

Rohit — Google Review

"A nice course. The White 9 are very enjoyable valley holes requiring a variety of shots. We got caught up in the “Mayfield Bubble” during a rainy day and it actually had less rain for periods of time. Run by really nice people. I hope to play there again sometime soon"

JC — Google Review

Get in Touch

(905) 843-0726

 

Open Hours

Mon – Fri — 7:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday — 7:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday — 7:00am – 8:00pm

12552 Torbram Road, Caledon East, Ontario, L7C 2S7