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Only a few hours before the "boots hit the ground", but that's not to say we haven't gotten them a little dirty already! All of the irrigation controllers have been removed from the golf course, the pump station has been demoed and hauled off, and irrigation heads are being dug up as I type this message!

First thing tomorrow morning the smaller tilling machine will be out on the golf course, followed by the larger unit on Monday. So say goodbye to any remaining green out there, it'll all be gone soon!

Below you'll see a time lapse of the pump station removal!

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