Castletown Golf Club


GREENKEEPERS REPORT
It's a cold start to spring with very little rainfall but lots of direct
sunlight and wind. This has dried out the course.  Langness has its own
micro climate, when it's raining in most places around the island langness
misses a lot of it because of our almost unique setting of low land jutting
out in to the Irish Sea, you see the rain coming but then it gets sucked
towards the hills by the prevailing winds. We have had 5 mm of rain in 3
weeks which is not a good start to spring. Temperatures are set to improve
next week so we are preparing the greens for the season.

Mark Kitching
Head Green Keeper







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