Golf Course for the Future
More than 230 trees are scheduled to be cut from Hardeman County Golf and Country Club in hopes of improving playing conditions at Hardeman County’s only golf course.
“We need to do this to improve things for the future,” said Club President Dylan Hill, adding that improving air flow and sunlight access will help grass grow on greens, fairways and tees.
The course was closed June 15-16 for the work to be done.
According to Hill, the labor to cut the timber was traded for the wood.
Hardeman County Country Club has had a resurgence in the past few years, with events and a restaurant that operates Thursday-Saturday most weeks.