Subterranean terror at Trappers Turn
By Torleif Sorenson on 6/30/15

Kate Lifke, GCSAA is the Assistant Superintendent at Trappers Turn Golf Club, an attractive Roger Packard design located in the resort town of Wisconsin Dells. Normally, the wildlife she deals with are deer and a variety of birds, including osprey, sandhill cranes, and eagles. And once upon a time, a black bear was even sighted at TTGC.

But as you can see, moles have been terrorizing the course, golfers, and Kate and the rest of the staff there. Although the Carl Spackler references are already flying around, we at SkyGolf sympathize with Kate and her crew. These little monsters are no laughing matter.

And we sincerely hope she can get those bent-grass greens looking normal again — and make mincemeat out of those moles.


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bkuehn1952 says:
Generally moles indicate grubs. They are lucky the local skunks and raccoons didn't decide to join it. I have seen a few fairways with raccoon/skunk damage that looked like they had been roto-tilled.
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