One thing we do here at Diamondback Golf Club in which we take great pride is keep the course in great playing shape. We are constantly working to make sure the course is in the most playable condition at all times. In previous updates our general manager, Patrick Wilkinson, touched on softening the feel of Diamondback. Patrick and his team have been working over the past few years to remove woods along each side of the fairway, going up to 10 to 15 feet back. This will help you find your golf ball if you happen to hit your ball into the woods. However, we know you would never hit your ball in the woods.
Last summer, Diamondback Golf Club closed for the summer so we could install new Sunday Bermudagrass putting surfaces. After being closed for a few months, the club opened back up and the immediate feedback our golfers offered on the greens was overwhelmingly positive, with folks raving about the new surfaces. A year later, the greens remain in great shape, and our crew is doing everything the right way. From daily wilt watching to scheduled course maintenance, our crew has done a fantastic job of keeping the course in tip-top shape.
This summer, you’ll see our crews at Diamondback maintaining bunkers, fairways, and tee boxes. Our first project of summer 2019 was redoing the bunker on the edge of number 12 green. We added railroad ties to the bunker to help give it a visual “pop” for folks driving by it along Highway 9. On the 17th hole, we are adding more drainage pipes to help filter the water out and keep the fairway dry enough for carts.
Our team remains as committed as ever to working tirelessly to deliver a product in which our golfers and members can take as much pride in as we do. Don’t miss out on your next chance to join us and experience it all first-hand. Click here to book your next tee time!