PALMER LEGENDS - Maintenance

CARE OF THE COURSE

Golfers play a large part in determining the condition of the golf course. Proper use of golf cars, in addition to good course etiquette, makes a big difference. Please help us keep your coursed in the best shape possible by practicing Good Golf and adhering to the following suggestions:


  • BUNKER CARE

  • Before leaving a bunker, a player should carefully fill up and smooth over all holes and footprints they have made.

    • ENTER THE BUNKER at the lowest point closest to the ball to avoid unnecessary damage to the lip.

    • ON ALL COURSES AT THE VILLAGES, we request that rakes be replaced INSIDE the bunker at 90 degrees to the edge of the bunker.


  • DIVOT REPAIR

  • Sand should be used to replace divots taken during a swing.

    • COMPLIMENTARY SAND is available at all Championship and Executive courses.

    • DAMAGE THROUGH PRACTICE SWINGS. Players should never damage the turf during practice swings. All damage to the course during a shot should be repaired to aid speedy recovery.

    • EACH PRIVATE GOLF CAR OWNER should obtain a sand bucket or container for filling divots.

    • TO MAXIMIZE THE USE OF THE GRASS on the driving range tee, please place your ball at the grassy back edge of your previous divot, removing just a small portion of grass with each swing.