After a fairly tame winter in terms of snowfall, we recently received nearly 2 feet of snow. This alone would have caused water level issues. Unfortunately, this past week we received an abundance of rain that melted all of the snow and caused significant flooding of the back 9. The good news is that all of the snow is gone. The bad news is the course is saturated and portions of it are unplayable. We are hopeful that the water recedes soon, however, we do not have a prediction of when that will happen. The water you see in the pictures below is the level of the wetlands. The flooding is not a result of frozen ground.
We will open the front 9 when we feel the course is ready. Thank you for your patience!