The only problem with this time of year is that courses aerate their greens.
In the 17 years that Blissful Meadows has been open, owner Gordon Bliss has insisted that the club aerate its greens only once a year and not until late fall, sometimes as late as late November.
Bliss said he's following the advice of agronomy professors from the University of New Hampshire and the University of Rhode Island, who told him the later you aerate, the better for both the turf and drainage through the winter.
Methyl bromide, which is still sometimes used as a termiticide, aerates
more slowly and is an ozone depleter.