The greens at the now closed Black Bear Golf Club in Longs were hit with an extreme case of winterkill in 2015 that led to the course’s greens being redone that summer. The former sixth green is pictured.
The greens at the now closed Black Bear Golf Club in Longs were hit with an extreme case of winterkill in 2015 that led to the course’s greens being redone that summer. The former sixth green is pictured. Alan Blondin ablondin@thesunnews.com
The greens at the now closed Black Bear Golf Club in Longs were hit with an extreme case of winterkill in 2015 that led to the course’s greens being redone that summer. The former sixth green is pictured. Alan Blondin ablondin@thesunnews.com

Have you noticed dead grass on a Myrtle Beach area golf course? This might explain it

April 16, 2018 10:02 PM