Project Wrap-Up

The Grounds Team has been busy putting the finishing touches on the spring projects. We had a pretty aggressive schedule and work has been progressing well.

Bucks Run Golf Club Mount Pleasant MI Tee 11 Renovation

I’m happy to report all of.

Posted by admin at May 19, 2015 Category: May 2015
Tags: Bucks Run Golf Club, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, Golf, Renovations, Tree Removal,

Tee Renovation Update

If you have been out to golf, you have seen first-hand the progress of our tee renovation. Over the past few weeks, our team was able to sod #14 and #11, both which turned out very well.

Bucks Run Golf Club Mount Pleasant MI Tee 11 Renovation

Posted by admin at Apr 27, 2015 Category: May 2015
Tags: Bucks Run Golf Club, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, Golf, Renovations, tee top

We are Open!

The course is officially open for play for the 2015 season. Opening day is always an exciting time. The weather forecast has things feeling a bit more spring like starting this Saturday.

On Monday, we cut greens for the first time, cut new cups, and raked bunkers. This time of year we have a skeleton crew of three. Throughout this week, they will concentrate on course clean up, adding sand to bunkers, and rolling greens..

Posted by admin at Apr 07, 2015 Category: April 2015
Tags: Bucks Run Golf Club, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, Now Open, 2015 Season, Mowing, Rolling, Renovations top

2014 Tee Renovations - Part II

Hello everyone -- I hope the New Year is treating you well, so far! As mentioned in last week's blog post, we embarked upon some pretty aggressive tee renovations in November 2014. As a recap, the goal was to leave our core tee distances unchanged but to lengthen the championship tees on the back 9 to compare with the front 9.  In Part II of my Blog Post regarding tee renovations, I review the renovations made to the 15, 16, and 17 tees.

Posted by admin at Jan 06, 2015 Category: January 2015
Tags: Bucks Run Golf Club, Tee Box, Renovations top

2014 Tee Renovations - Part I

In November, we embarked upon a pretty aggressive tee renovation, which impacted 5 holes to some degree.  The goal was to leave our core tee distances unchanged, but to lengthen the Championship Tees on the Back 9 to better compare with the Front 9.  Currently, our Back 9 is 193 yards shorter, but after these renovations, it will be only 40 yards shorter than the Front 9.

#11 Tee

The new.

Posted by admin at Dec 30, 2014 Category: December 2014
Tags: Bucks Run Golf Club, Tee Box, Renovations top