The course is doing very well with the warm fall weather we are having. The greens are doing great. They are rolling about 11-11.5. They are healthy and dense. We will have to start to raise the height of cut on them this month to prepare them for the winter months ahead. The height is currently at .115 and by the end of the month we will need to be at .185 until spring. They will get slower on speed, however we will roll greens more often and spray wetting agents to offset the slower green conditions. We ceased the primo applications late last month in order to allow the greens to grow out to their winter height. Verticutting will be less aggressive and less frequent the remainder of the fall. Keeping them at 3/16” will create more of a leaf canopy and help us make it through the winter better. This month we will be over seeding several tree line areas like last year with fescue and perennial rye grass. The practice tees will be seeded also. The tree lines to be grassed are 9&18, 3&7, 14&15, 13 & 5. Late last month we added 12 “Green Giant” – arborvitaes to the tee bank along 6 blue tee to help stabilize the slope and to eventually screen traffic noise. MGA was kind enough to donate these trees. Thanks, guys! That is about all the news I have from my area. Hope your fall is good.