Golf for Women: Have you Had your Greens Today?

Golf for Women: Have you had your greens today. Aerating Greens.

We've all seen it. The thousands of drilled holes on the putting green. Why do they do that? The grasses used on common greens are  temperamental. To continue to grow while being cut to 3/16 of an inch, the grass needs long roots. The roots capture oxygen and water which is vital to all green plants.

Why do they always pick the middle of golfing season to do this? Check out this week's EWGA Forecaddie for the answer. [MORE]