Since our initial update to the membership regarding recent erosion events along the river following the January thaw and rainstorm, (click here to read Chris Bouwers’ blog from January 14, 2020) we have been in communication with representatives from the City to better understand their interests in addressing these areas as well as expressing our…Read More.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already a new year and a new decade! I don’t know about you, but I’m one of those people who will continue to mistakenly write 2019 for at least another month. One would expect that January would be a very quiet month around the Club. Although business is certainly…Read More.
With the end of the year and consistent winter weather in our sights, efforts are well underway to push ahead on existing outdoor projects as well as planning for additional indoor projects to take advantage of what is typically a quiet time of the year for member activity at the Club. Please read on for…Read More.
As we turn the page to October, the golf season is officially starting to wind down. Although the weather was far from ideal for nearly the first two months of the season, we enjoyed some great late summer weather and course conditions. The forecast for the early fall looks encouraging, hopefully we can each get…Read More.
As always, the summer is flying by! Although the golf calendar is beginning to wind down, some upcoming projects will be keeping management busy for the next few months. Slope Erosion In the late winter of 2018, an unfortunate combination of ground conditions and precipitation led to an erosion event in front of 6 upper…Read More.
It’s hard to believe that we are already in the middle of the golf season! It’s also great to finally feel some heat and look at the forecast without seeing rain every other day. It should come as no surprise that we are now consistently BUSY, which is wonderful after the slow start that we…Read More.
To say that the weather this spring has been lousy is an understatement. Did you know that the 109 mm of rain that we received was a 119% increase on the average historic rain volume for May? Did you also know that this was one of the coldest springs ever with the longest streak of…Read More.
We have been working diligently with our insurance providers to get the lower hallway and cardio room back to 100%. Unfortunately, the weather is not cooperating with 4 major rainfalls hitting Mississauga over the past 3 weeks since the initial damage occurred on Wednesday, August 8. Our first order of business was to clean up…Read More.
As we prepare to crown our Club Champions, I wanted to take a minute to highlight many recent accomplishments by several Credit Valley members and staff. You continue to raise the bar for excellence at the Club! Everyone participating this weekend should take pride in these CV accomplishments. Hopefully these successes will help to motivate…Read More.
Last week of June!? Wow, that was fast! We are in full swing with lots going on at the Club. Here are a few highlights: Trees Unfortunately, we have our second major tree issue to face, right on the heels of the Ash Tree devastation as a result of the Emerald Ash Borer. We have…Read More.