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1, 2, 3, 9, 10

This week I'm going to skip the long winded agronomy talk and report on the things that the people really want to hear!! Effective Monday, March 6 we will officially have no cart restrictions on holes 1,2,3 9, and 10!!! Actually, let me rephrase, there will still be some restrictions- such as not driving your cart past the cart directional signs and to refrain from spinning donuts in the fairways. But other than that, those holes are fair game!!!

I truly believe that by working together and staying off of those holes; we have given them the best chance for success going into the summer months and beyond. The investment we put into our course is a marathon, not a sprint, and I am so grateful to have your support in creating Terravita 2.0!

If you have any questions about why we chose to have these holes cart path only in the first place, please check out Febuary 13th post entitled Cart Path Only Restrictions!

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