Thanks to some generous donations from the membership here at Stillmeadow Country Club, we have generated the funds required to really transform the golf course. This is being accomplished by the transplanting of native trees, found in the woods lines as well as trees that were identified in tall grass and brush areas. Many of these areas have been cleaned out over the last few years. While some of the impact will be immediate, there is a lot to look forward to as these trees continue to mature over the years. We are about half way done with the tree spading process as over 30 trees have been relocated thus far. The following photos are some examples of the work that has been done so far. I would like to mention that some tracking has occurred from the machinery. However, I feel that the damage is primarily cosmetic and that the benefit to the course of moving these trees is well worth the temporary tracking that has occurred.
Golf Course Superintendent