- No rain last night
- Water levels in Honey Lake have dropped sightly
- Water levels on the golf course increased slightly
- Honey Lake is still breaching the dam - over topping it, with all boards removed
- Stonehenge reported 8.25" of rain in their rain gauge. I think we were pretty close to that amount.
- Schools of fish can be seen swimming around the course.
|All the bunkers need repair - we began work on them today. Dry greens still need to be mowed.|
|The new cart path on #16 washed out, along with wood chip beds and bunkers.|
|The lift station on #15 - flood water are up a few feet. The pumps are still higher than the water, so no damage yet.|
|Flood waters have now risen to the highest levels ever seen. Compare this to the picture from yesterday (below post).|
|Tennis courts - Lower courts|
|Tennis courts being repaired|
|#6 fairway - debris from rt 59 washed onto the course.|
|Flowers were uprooted and washed onto the course.|
|Dam for Honey Lake- water was up to the top of the sand bags in the background, but still over topping the dam.|
|Worms and fish will be left behind as the waters recede. It will take several days to clean the course.|