Weather has positive effects on golf courses

 The weather has been a hole in one for golf courses in Door County this season. Although not so great for golfers, the weather has helped improve golf course conditions during the rainy spring and early summer seasons. Jon Martell, owner and general manager at Cherry Hills Golf Course, believes that the weather has helped get his golf course in great shape. He thinks that although it has restricted golfers from getting out every day, the rain has helped make the course better to play on when golfers can play. Martell was willing to go as far as saying the course is in the best shape it has been for a long time. 


Location plays a big factor in how the course is able to handle water, according to Martell. Because the course is placed on a high point in the county, it is easier for it to dry off and handle the water. Cherry Hills Golf Course is open daily for play, even if weather thinks otherwise. 

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