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Summer Heat Cramping Your Golf Game?

With the official start of Summer underway, we are experiencing record breaking temperatures. Summer heat can be wonderful when you’re laying out on the beach or taking a dip in the pool, but while you are on the golf course, it can hinder your swing. Instead of fantasizing about a swim in a cool Read More

ONE DAY GOLF SALE, Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Join us for a round of golf the day after Memorial Day and enjoy some of the best rates of the season!If you are a Birdie Pass Member, you will receive an additional $5 off all current 18 Hole Birdie Pass Rates at check in.Not a Birdie Pass Member, no problem!You will receive our standard Birdie Read More

Demo Day, Night & Free Beer Tasting

Looking for something unique to do on a Friday night?We have you covered!Join us on Friday, May 20th for an evening you will truly enjoy!Reeves Golf Course and Practice Facility will be hosting a Demo & Fitting Night with FREE Beer Tasting and when the sun goes down we will "Light Up" our Read More

Post Flood Repair and Specials

The flood waters have receded and we are beginning regular agronomic practices to return conditions to what the golfers have enjoyed for decades at the facility.  Our greatest challenge has been keeping up with regular mowing practices in the most saturated areas but we are catching up Read More

National Golf Day

Come celebrate the 8th annual National Golf Day with us on Wednesday, April 15th. National Golf Day is when out nation's leading golf organizations gather together on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to discuss current golf issues and plan for the future. Steve Mona, Chief Executive Officer of Read More

Why Frost Matters

Frost happens when the temperature at the plant is below freezing; this is why we have frost delays when the air temperature is 38 degrees. Essentially it is frozen dew, ice crystals form on the outside and inside of the plant. When there is traffic on top of grass plants that have frost the plant Read More

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