Pinehurst CC Tree Management Program Guide

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Published on March 8, 2014

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This guide describes all of the trees on the property and provides a method for management.

Pinehurst Country Club Tree Management Program Guide February 2014 Pinehurst Grounds Department Denver, Colorado 1

The Tree Management Program Guide at Pinehurst Country Club is established to maintain and enhance the tree plantings where they have become an integral part of the golf course design. The plan will determine which trees are integral to the playability and strategy of the course and those which may adversely impact the course. The management of our urban forest is an important task. Identifying, quantifying, and understanding the tree population is crucial to determining a comprehensive, long term approach to its well being. Trees will generally live longer and gradually require less intensive care with scheduled maintenance. The tree inventory is an integral element of the comprehensive plan. The process follows three phases. The development of the Tree Management Plan at Pinehurst Country Club includes three phases. I INVENTORY II ANALYSIS III IMPLEMENTATION I INVENTORY The inventory is the foundation for formulating the plan. An inventory of trees provides detailed information for the manager. Inventory data must be systematically collected and stored for analysis. Managers can forecast maintenance and replacement needs and budget for tree-related expenditures based on this information. This data aids in developing long-range planning and design decisions such as new plantings, ensuring species diversification, and prioritizing maintenance actions. Tree inventory information can be input into a computer aided drafting program database and geographical information system (GIS) to build an integrated tree management plan and effectively maintain the installation’s tree resources. Trees vary considerably in life expectancy, growth habit, and maintenance requirements. It is important to record and maintain composite data on the various species found on the installation for the purpose of completing other requirements such as tree maintenance budgeting and personnel scheduling. A) Data Collection The first step in accomplishing a tree inventory is to systematically collect and store data. Tree species, location, size, and overall condition of the tree population are the primary items collected. It is imperative that consistency and accuracy of the tree data be maintained throughout the inventory phase. Individual tree locations can be determined by aerial photos, detailed ground measurements, Global Positioning Systems, or a combination of all. Each tree is recorded on a map and assigned a number for entry into the database. Individual trees are identified by common and botanical names and numbered sequentially. This helps to determine the overall composition of the installation’s tree population. B) Location Initially trees will be located and numbered by a hole-to-hole description. At a later date, tree locations will be mapped by GPS and placed on map program of the Lynx Irrigation Program. See attached sheets. C) Identification Trees will be identified by their type, age classification and current condition. See attached sheets D) Size Classification Tree trunk diameter is an indicator of the relative age of the tree. Collectively, this information provides insight into the maturity distribution for each species. Diameter is measured at 4-1/2 feet above the ground. 2

E) Overall Condition Condition addresses the current state of the tree’s health, structural soundness, shape, and growth rate. Discoloration, decay, dieback, decreased internodal length, and/or disfigured or dead stems or roots are symptoms of poor condition. The overall health and condition of a tree is determined by analyzing root characteristics, trunk and branch structure, canopy, foliage, and any presence of disease and pests. EXCELLENT - trees have the best qualities of their species. They have excellent form and very minor maintenance problems. There are virtually no dead branches, deformities, or nutritional problems. They are in an acceptable location and can be expected to achieve a full mature shape and life expectancy. GOOD - trees are judged to be desirable and with proper maintenance can be returned to an excellent classification. They may be interfering with utility lines, planted in an overcrowded location, or have minor insect, pathogen, or nutritional deficiencies. FAIR - (Declining) trees have some or all of the following problems: large dead limbs with as much as half the tree already dead, large cavities in the trunk, major deformities, girdling roots, obvious insect, pathogen, or nutritional problems. Immediate maintenance and proper care may be able to save the tree. POOR - trees are in a very degraded condition with irreversible problems. They have over 50% dead branches, drastic deformities, and severe insect, pathogen, or nutritional problems. They will have to be removed as soon as possible. DEAD trees have over 90% dead branches and have completely succumbed to insects, pathogens, or nutritional deficiencies. Removal is required. II ANALYSIS The tree inventory will be used in prioritizing maintenance tasks. Overall maintenance requirements will be determined by observing the condition of the trunk, large branches, and canopy of each tree, as well as the tree’s location relative to the course design. These conditions may necessitate pruning to maintain line of sight and avoid poor turf conditions. Tree condition data should be used to develop cost-effective pruning and removal schedules. The following areas contribute to establishing a viable maintenance program: Species diversification Approximate age and life expectancy Removal and pruning requirements A) Species Diversification In general, no genus and species (e.g., Quercus rubra) should account for more that 10% of the total tree population. Further, no single genus (e.g., Quercus) should comprise more than 30% of the total tree population. Having a large concentration of one species could lead to a large number of trees being lost if affected by insect or disease pathogens; an entire species of trees could be at risk. B) Approximate Age and Life Expectancy Tree species have different life expectancies and different diameters, heights, and crown spreads at maturity. It is, therefore, more useful to make general classifications of age such as young, mature, and over mature rather than actual years. The diameter of a tree measured at 4-1/2 feet above the ground is the standard used to classify tree age. YOUNG trees are 6 inches or less in diameter MATURE trees are 6 to 24 inches in diameter OVER MATURE trees are greater than 24 inches in diameter The ideal age distribution of a species in the urban forest, and for the population as a whole, is 20% young, 60% mature, and 20% over mature. A high percentage of over mature trees could necessitate a massive, expensive removal and replanting program. An appropriate age mixture can be achieved by removing and replanting a 3

certain percentage of trees each year. Removals should never exceed plantings. Trees should not be removed based solely on age, but condition rating and species type will be considered. C) Removal and Pruning Requirements Trees lose vigor and die from natural causes such as disease and insect pathogens, weather conditions, and from physical injury due to vehicles, vandalism, poisoning, and root disturbance. Trees should be removed to • Reduce safety risks to persons or property • To improve appearance/playability Tree maintenance requirements can be categorized as follows: HIGH-PRIORITY REMOVAL trees should be removed as soon as possible as their location and/or condition present risks to persons or property. LOW-PRIORITY REMOVAL trees should be scheduled and accomplished when resources are available. IMMEDIATE PRUNING trees present safety risks to persons or property. They may have dangerous broken branches and large deadwood. Pruning should be accomplished as soon as possible, along with a close examination for decay or severe dieback. If these conditions exist, the tree should be removed. HIGH-PRIORITY PRUNING trees should be attended to as soon as scheduling will allow, starting with those presenting the greatest safety risks. They have broken branches and areas of deadwood but do not present an immediate safety hazard to persons or property. They should also be examined closely during trimming operations for signs of decay or severe dieback and removed if necessary. ROUTINE PRUNING requires the removal of dead, dying, diseased, or obviously weak, heavy, or hazardous branches, and deadwood. Routine, ongoing pruning should be scheduled and programmed to ensure all tree pruning is accomplished on a minimum cycle of five to seven years. It is important to remember that low priority problems can become high priority if they are neglected for an extended period of time. Thinning of tree canopies to reduce crossing or unnecessary branches should be accomplished routinely. This reduces the potential for wind-induced branch breakage and increases sunlight and air circulation within the crown. Thinning of tree canopies substantially reduces the incidence of insect and disease related problems. All pruning should be completed based on ANSI A300 standard and approved by the clubs arborist. There should never be any more than 25 % reduction in foliage in any one year. III IMPLEMENTATION A) Mulching Probably the most neglected tree care practice is mulching. Placing 4 inches of organic mulch over the entire root system reduces environmental stress, conserves moisture, minimizes mechanical damage from mowers and weed eaters, and reduces nutrient competition from weeds and turf. Although any organic matter can be used as mulch, shredded leaves, pine straw, peat moss, and shredded or composted tree bark and chips are the most widely accepted amendments. Care must be taken to ensure that a 4 inch wide ring around the tree trunk is maintained clear of mulch to guard against decay and other problems associated with excessive moisture. B) Monitoring Monitoring insect and disease infestations by regular inspections and responsive treatment will help to maintain the health and vitality of the trees. A certified arborist can take steps to prevent or reduce the severity of future disease, insect, and other pathogenic problems through periodic inspections (at least once a year). By closely observing new leaves or buds, leaf size, twig growth, and crown dieback, a treatment can be recommended to prevent major problems from affecting the tree population. Signs of poor tree health include trunk decay, loose bark, and deformed growths. 4

C) Preventative Maintenance Preventative maintenance and treatment for known regional pests will protect tree investments. Consult with local certified arborists and use only licensed and experienced pest management professionals when treatment is required. D) Planting 1. Generally, on a young tree, the uppermost structural roots (two or more) should be within the top 1 to 3 inches of the soil surface, measured 3 to 4 inches from the trunk. As a tree matures, roots thicken faster on the top side, effectively reducing the amount of soil above the structural roots and forming the root flare. Special situations requiring exceptions to this general guideline include the following: • Some species may develop more strongly descending root systems; therefore, the structural roots may have to be located nearer the trunk. On landscape sites with poorly drained soil, the roots may need to be even shallower for adequate survival. Structural roots may need to be at, or slightly above, the surrounding grade under extreme conditions. • In some species, the roots regenerated after transplanting can grow back toward the trunk and become girdling roots. Initial research shows that very little soil over the structural roots could be problematic. Celtis occidentalis (hackberry), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (green ash), Acer rubrum (red maple), Tilia cordata (littleleaf linden), Populus spp. (poplars), and Malus spp. (crabapples) are species for which this is known to be a problem. Other species with aggressive root systems may also exhibit this tendency. 2. Checking root depth can be done in the nursery before digging (preferred), or container root ball just prior to planting. Presence of a visible root flare is a good indicator that the structural roots are just below the soil surface. However, on grafted trees, be careful not to confuse the swelling of the trunk below the graft union with the actual root flare. A gap around the trunk at the soil line is a sure sign that the first roots are at least several inches below the soil surface. 3. If none of these easily recognized signs are present in the field, or if the root ball burlap and twine cover the base of the tree, a surveyor’s chaining pin or similar tool can be used to quickly and nondestructively probe for the roots. Probing approximately 3 to 4 inches away from the trunk will determine the true depth of the roots, rather than the depth of the enlarged root flare, if present. At least two roots (preferably more) should be located within 1 to 3 inches of the soil surface. 4. When root balls arrive on site, the depth of the structural roots should be checked before placing the tree in the planting hole. 5. Bud-grafted cultivars, and some seedling trees, are cut back during production. Evidence of the “dog leg” in the stem and of a change in bark texture should be approximately 1 to 2 inches above the soil surface for a young tree, with a maximum of 4 to 5 inches between the pruning wound and the uppermost structural roots. 6. If the structural roots have been located within 3 inches of the surface, the root ball should be planted with the surface no lower than the same level as existing grade. One to two inches higher usually is preferable to allow for settling and “pancaking” of the root ball. Unless conditions are extreme, do not plant so high that the cut ends of the structural roots at the edge of the root ball are above the surrounding grade. Planting the tree any higher may expose roots after minor erosion or contribute to surface root formation in the long run. 7. If the structural roots are found to be deeper than 3 inches below the root ball surface, the root ball and the planting depth will have to be adjusted. Elevate the root ball so that the structural roots are at the correct depth relative to surrounding grade. It is best to leave root balls intact until placed in the planting hole, rather than to unwrap them and strip the soil off the top before moving the root ball into the planting hole. Moving an unwrapped root ball may cause unnecessary damage. 8. If there is extra soil over the structural roots, it may be acceptable in some situations to leave the root ball intact, with the extra soil remaining above grade through the guarantee period. Some contractors prefer to leave the burlap, rope, and wire basket in place for a time to keep the root ball more stable and make it easier to straighten later, if needed. If the wrappings are not removed at planting time, the tree should be checked at the 5

end of the guarantee period, and any remnants of the wrappings or excess soil remaining above grade should be removed. 9. Suddenly removing excess soil could be problematic for other reasons. The extra soil over the structural roots could be filled with fibrous roots which, if removed suddenly, could cause extra stress. There have been reports of cold or sunscald damage of the newly exposed tissue on trees when the extra soil was suddenly removed from the base of the trunk (this could actually be a portion of the original primary root [tap root], in some cases). Late-fall plantings may be the most susceptible to cold damage. Earlier plantings may have time to harden off normally. Thin-barked trees may be most susceptible to sun injury. 10. Until this situation is more fully understood, exercise caution when removing soil and exposing tissue that has been below grade. Leaving the extra soil in place above grade to be removed slowly or erode away may help to protect sensitive trunk tissues. Mulch can be used to hide the protruding root ball. If the soil is removed, covering newly exposed tissue with organic mulch may help to protect it from sun and cold damage. A trunk wrap may provide some protection from the sun. This material should degrade within one year or must otherwise be removed from the tree in that time period. 11. Mulching is an excellent way to conserve soil moisture, reduce competition from other plants, and prevent lawn mower injury. Two inches of mulch is the appropriate depth for 2- to 3-inch-caliper trees. Later applications to “refresh” the mulch should not increase the depth. Keep the mulch away from the trunk. Avoid thick layers of mulch around the base of the tree (often called “volcano mulching”), as is far too often seen in landscapes. Do not pile the extra soil around the base of tree and use mulch to hide it—excess soil should be removed from the planting site. Avoid organic material that can mat down and create a hydrophobic layer. 12. There are many trees already planted in the landscape with the structural roots too deep. These trees are likely to have reduced vigor and shorter life spans if no remedial action is taken. For recently planted trees (less than two to three months of warm soil for root growth), the greatest long-term benefit will be achieved by replanting the tree at the proper depth. For partially established trees, the best remedial treatment may depend on several factors. Replanting a partially established tree will cause additional stress; therefore, the benefits of replanting such a tree must outweigh the risks. If the tree is in good health and growing vigorously, it may be best to do nothing. A tree that appears to be struggling may need to be replanted at the proper depth, as long as the tree is in good enough health to survive the additional stress of replanting. Do not waste money replanting trees that already show signs of serious decline. Trees on low-quality, poorly drained soils are more likely to need to be replanted than those on high-quality sites. 13. For larger, fully established trees, a practice being used regularly by arborists is a root collar excavation to remove the excess soil in contact with the trunk. Removal of this soil reduces the possibility of basal and collar rot diseases, and it improves aeration to the structural roots at lower depths. 14. Roots regenerated after planting originate mostly at the perimeter of the root ball and usually grow up to their natural depth closer to the surface. Do not expose these roots. When the structural roots moved with the tree are too deep, the newly generated roots sometimes have been observed to grow toward the trunk rather than away from the trunk, as is normal. Removing the soil near the trunk can expose these “misdirected” roots and allow their removal so that they do not become girding roots. The excavated soil is sometimes replaced with wellaerated mulch or gravel. 1. 2. 3. Trees To Avoid Planting Known safety hazard trees such as a cottonwood. Extensive root systems, fast growing and weak limbs can present problems above and below the golfer. Fruit and pod bearing trees on the golf course. These trees produce a lot of debris that can present hazards to golfers. Trees such as apples, plums and locusts. Seek out non-fruit or pod bearing varieties. Trees susceptible to disease, insects and other know problems in the area. Mountain Pine beetle, pine wilt, brown tortoise shell, ips, emerald ash borer, fire blight, witches broom can be problematic with our inventory of trees. 6

TREE SURVEY GUIDELINES Classification Heritage=H Over Mature=OM Mature=M Young=Y Significant to course design Greater than 24 inch diameter Less than 24 inch diameter Less than six inches in diameter Location Begin counting trees at back right side of Tee and move forward around fairway and green until you reach the back right of Tee. Please note any significant landmarks for reference. i.e. behind left bunker next to irrigation controller Rough between #1 and #18 TREE SURVEY STATISTICS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Count Species Apple-Golden Delicious Ash Aspen Austrian Pine Birch Blue Spruce Bristle Cone Buckeye Catalpa Cottonwood Crab Apple Dwarf Spruce Elm Fir Ginnala Maple Golden Rain Hackberry Hawthorne Japanese Maple Juniper Kentucky Coffee Linden Locust Maple Mulberry Oak 7 Percent of Total 2 267 8 624 2 167 15 2 6 109 65 3 29 6 1 5 58 6 1 58 8 42 138 58 2 21 0.10% 13.91% 0.42% 32.50% 0.10% 8.65% 0.78% 0.10% 0.31% 5.68% 3.39% 0.16% 1.51% 0.31% 0.05% 0.26% 3.02% 0.31% 0.05% 3.02% 0.42% 2.19% 7.19% 3.02% 0.10% 1.09%

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Pear Pinion Pine Plum Ponderosa Pine River Birch Russian Olive Sand Cherry Scotch Pine Scrub Oak Vander Wolf Pine Walnuts White Fir White Pine Willow Totals 31 46 18 8 2 3 7 80 5 4 1 3 1 9 1921 1.61% 2.40% 0.94% 0.42% 0.10% 0.16% 0.36% 4.17% 0.26% 0.21% 0.05% 0.16% 0.05% 0.47% 100.00% Age Classification <1% 20% 69% 11% Heritage Over mature Mature Young Condition 17% 50% 30% 3% Excellent Good Fair Poor .0125 % or 24 of mature trees within one inch of being classified as over mature. .045 % or 87 of young trees within one inch of being classified as mature. 7 Heritage Trees identified on the golf course (indicated in green). 8

Age Classification by Species by percentage: Maxwell Course – Hole 1 Tree # Species 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Linden Linden Linden Linden Linden Linden Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Pinyon Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Classification Condition Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Young Young Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Excellent Good Good Fair Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Excellent 9 Location Between 1 &13 tees Struck by lightning in 2013 Between 1 & 13 fairways Behind Green

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 Crab Apple Crab Apple Ash Ash Elm Ash Hackberry Hackberry Hackberry Hackberry Locust Locust Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Elm Cottonwood Cottonwood Elm Cottonwood Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Ash Ash Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Mature Mature Young Young Young Over-Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Young Mature Young Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Good Good Poor Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Good Excellent 10 At cart path turn out at green Along Left side Hill Near Chipping Green Right side of tee

Maxwell Course – Hole 2 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Kentucky Coffee Kentucky Coffee Linden Linden Hackberry Ash Linden Locust Plum Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Locust Locust Scotch Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Locust Locust Maple Crab Apple Maple Cottonwood Juniper Juniper Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Locust Locust Ash Ash Classification Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Condition Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Poor Fair Fair Good Fair Excellent Good Good Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good 40 41 42 43 44 Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Pinyon Pine Ash Young Young Mature Mature Mature Excellent Excellent Good Fair Good 11 Location Behind 1 cone Tee Right side of tees Drop Area Right of Green By Quincy Ave. Behind green along fence

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 Locust Ash Crab Apple Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Linden Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Locust Locust Pinyon Pine Linden Young Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Young Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good Left side of hole Near weather shelter Front left of fairway Maxwell Course – Hole 3 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Species Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Hackberry Linden Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Hawthorne Hawthorne Hawthorne Hawthorne Hawthorne Hawthorne Juniper Elm Elm Elm Ash Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Classification Condition Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Over-Mature Good Over-Mature Good Over-Mature Good Young Fair Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Poor Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent 12 Location Behind tee along fence 3 & 4 Cone tees New Trees to right of hole

22 23 24 25 26 27 Blue Spruce Maple Maple Ash Crab Apple Oak Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Good Poor Good Fair Fair Behind green Classification Condition Location Maxwell Course – Hole 4 Tree # Species 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ash Ash Ash Walnut Scotch Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Scotch Pine Cottonwood Scotch Pine Maple Scotch Pine Maple Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Cottonwood Cottonwood Scotch Pine Maple Scotch Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Young Young Over-Mature Over-Mature Young Young Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Fair Good Good Fair Excellent Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Good 13 Right of Tee Near Young Cho's House At right side bunker

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Scotch Pine Linden Linden Juniper Plum Cottonwood Mulberry Birch Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Ash Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Pinyon Pine Mature Young Young Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Excellent Good Good Fair Good Good Excellent Fair Fair Good Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Right side of the green at cart path Behind green Left of 4 green Bio Bathroom Maxwell Course – Hole 5 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Species Locust Hackberry Locust Hackberry Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Hackberry Blue Spruce Locust Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Locust Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Classification Condition Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Mature Young Mature Young Young Mature Young Mature Good Good Good Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Fair Fair Good Good Good 14 Location Behind 1 cone tee Right of tee

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Locust Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Ponderosa Pine Ponderosa Pine Ponderosa Pine Ponderosa Pine Ponderosa Pine Ponderosa Pine River Birch River Birch Cottonwood Russian Olive Sand Cherry Sand Cherry Sand Cherry Cottonwood Sand Cherry Sand Cherry Sand Cherry Sand Cherry Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Young Young Mature Young Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Over-Mature Young Young Young Young Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Excellent Fair Good Good Good Fair Excellent Good Good Fair Good Good Good Good Fair Along Sheridan and fence Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Along water Excellent Good Poor Along lake edge Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Hanging over Sheridan Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Behind green Good Good Good 15

61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 Austrian Pine Cottonwood Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Hackberry Hackberry Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Willow Mature Over-Mature Young Young Young Young Young Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Fair Poor Fair Poor Fair Norgren Lake Edge Left of hole Maxwell Course – Hole 6 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Species Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Maple Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Elm Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Elm Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Elm Classification Condition Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Over-Mature Good Over-Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Poor Over-Mature Fair Mature Excellent Mature Fair Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Fair 16 Location Right side of tee Compost area

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Golden Rain Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Elm Elm Elm Scrub Oak Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Crab Apple Linden Pear Pear Pear Birch Scub Oak Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Crab Apple Crab Apple Linden Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Over-Mature Over-Mature Young Young Young Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good 17 At Compost Group after Compost Right side of hole Behind Green Group near Bio Bath Lake edge

60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 Locust Locust Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Elm Elm Elm Locust Locust Mature Mature Mature Young Over-Mature Young Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Excellent Excellent Good Good Fair Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Fair Good Good Pumphouse Tall native Maxwell Course – Hole 7 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Species Austrian Pine Locust Locust Locust Locust Locust Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Pear Pear Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Crab Apple Pinion Pine Crab Apple Classification Condition Over-Mature Fair Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Young Fair Young Fair Mature Fair Young Fair Young Fair Mature Fair Young Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Poor Mature Fair Young Poor Mature Poor Mature Fair Mature Fair 18 Location Right of hole before compost Front right of green Along cart path

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 White Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Crab Apple Austrian Pine Crab Apple Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Pear Pinyon Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Cottonwood Ash Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Cottonwood Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Maple Bristlecone Pine Austrian Pine Bristlecone Pine Crab Apple Red Delicious Apple Golden Delicious Apple Locust Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Fair Poor Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Poor Excellent Poor Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Good Good Fair 19 Behind Green Behind Green Along fence Left bend in hole Left bend in hole Left bend in hole Left of 4 cone tee Left of 2 cone tee Behind Tees Along lake

Maxwell Course – Hole 8 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Ash Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Classification Condition Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Young Good Mature Excellent Young Good Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Fair Mature Excellent Mature Fair Young Good Young Good Mature Good Young Fair Young Fair Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Young Excellent Young Excellent Mature Excellent Young Excellent Young Fair Mature Excellent 20 Location Behind 1 cone tee along Mansfield Right of tee Right of fairway before barn Grouping next to barn No top

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Maple Linden Crab Apple Locust Austrian Pine Juniper Juniper Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Linden Locust Locust Locust Locust Pinyon Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Young Young Young Young 21 Good Good Fair Good Fair Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Good Good Excellent Fair Good Fair Good Fair Poor Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Good Excellent Good Good Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Behind 9 hole diner Between green and diner Behind green Left of green Close to nursery green Left of hole Dense area of pines left of fairway

86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 Austrian Pine Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Ash Pinyon Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Good Fair Fair Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Near irrigation satellite Left of tees Corner of cart path and Mansfield Maxwell Course – Hole 9 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Species Ash Locust Elm Elm Elm Ash Ash Ash Ash Elm Elm Elm Elm Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Locust Ash Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Classification Condition Over-Mature Excellent Mature Good Over-Mature Good Young Fair Mature Fair Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Over-Mature Good Young Good Young Good Young Good Young Good Young Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent 22 Location Left of 2 cone tee Along pond Along pond Between the 9th green and 10th tee Split tree behind green Behind 9 green

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 Blue Spruce Crab Apple Crab Apple Locust Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Locust Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Locust Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Juniper Juniper Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Oak Juniper Ash Oak Oak Oak Elm Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Locust Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Excellent Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Excellent Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Excellent Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Excellent Excellent Fair 23 Left of fairway Next to 150 marker Overcrowded Ash grove, highly competitive Left of 4 cone tee

70 71 72 73 74 Locust Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Locust Locust Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Fair Good Good Fair Maxwell Course – Hole 10 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Species Ash Honey Locust Honey Locust Honey Locust Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Plum Plum Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Vander Wolf Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Honey Locust White Fir White Fir Kentucky Coffee Classification Condition Location Mature Good Right of tee along fence Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Along ditch Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Young Good Young Fair Over-Mature Good Over-Mature Good Young Fair Young Fair Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Good Young Young Mature Young Young Young Young Young Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Fair Good 24 By right side bunker CA side of the fence Behind green Newly planted by CA

36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 Kentucky Coffee Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce White Fir Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Vander Wolf Pine Vander Wolf Pine Vander Wolf Pine Bristle Cone Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Pinyon Pine Pinyon Pine Juniper Blue Spruce Linden Linden Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Willow Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Mature Young Young Mature Young Young Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Fair Good Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Good Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Over-Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Poor Poor Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good 25 Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Newly planted by CA Behind green Left of green Specimen along fence At turn in cart path Near high traffic toward cart path At Fairway Bunker Between 10 & 11

78 79 80 81 82 83 84 Ash Willow Austrian Pine Willow Ash Ash Austrian Pine Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Excellent By cul-de-sac Maxwell Course – Hole 11 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Species Linden Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Maple Cottonwood Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Locust Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Willow Ash Ash Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Locust Elm Ash Pear Pear Classification Condition Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Young Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Fair Excellent Fair Good Excellent Excellent Fair Good Excellent Good Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Good Excellent Poor Good Good Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Fair Good Good 26 Location Right of the 1 cone tee To the right of the tees Crooked old bee tree Close to the fairway and old bee tree Next to storm drain Split leader trunk right of second fairway

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Blue Spruce Ash Ash Ash Blue Spruce Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Blue Spruce Pinyon Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Locust Locust Scotch Pine Willow Scotch Pine Locust Hackberry Hackberry pinyon pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Pinyon Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Oak Oak Oak Austrian Pine Oak Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Cottonwood Willow Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Young Mature Young Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Mature Over-Mature Good Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good On hill right of green Good Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Near Mansfield Fair Excellent Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair At beginning of cart path to green Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Excellent Fair Left side of the hole 150 out from green Fair Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Before homes on left Good Good Fair Fair Good Fair Lone cottonwood in the left rough Good 27

79 80 81 82 83 Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Left of 4 cone tee Left of 3 cone tee Maxwell Course – Hole 12 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Species Juniper Juniper Juniper Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Locust Locust Blue Spruce Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine 15 16 17 18 19 20 Austrian Pine Pear Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Pear Kentucky Coffee Plum Pear Pear Juniper Juniper Plum Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scrub Oak Cottonwood Scrub Oak 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Classification Condition Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Over-Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Mature Fair Over-Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Young Excellent Fair Good Good Good Good Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Fair Along hill on right Bottom right of green Good Good Good Poor Fair Good Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Location Right of tees 28 Behind green Left of tee

Maxwell Course – Hole 13 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Locust Scotch Pine Locust Locust Hackberry Scotch Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ponderosa Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Locust Locust Locust Locust Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Plum Ash Ash Classification Condition Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Young Good Young Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Over-Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Over-Mature Good Mature Poor Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Poor Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good 29 Location Right of the 1 cone tee Closer to the snack bar Right of the beginning of the fairway Closer to the wall Along the wall At 150 marker

42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Pear Pear Pear Pear Pear Pear Pear Pear Maple Pear Linden Austrian Pine Pinyon Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Maple Maple Locust Locust Locust Locust Locust Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Mature Mature Mature Young Young Over-Mature Good Fair Fair Good Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Poor Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Good Good Excellent Large Ash among smaller along wall Grove between fairway bunker and green bunker along wall Split trunk along wall Missing top Sandwiched between Austrians Tree on bend of hole Maxwell Course – Hole 14 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Kentucky Classification Condition Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Excellent Young Good 30 Location Left of tee boxes

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Coffee Kentucky Coffee Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Pinion Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Elm Maple Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Cottonwood Linden Linden Linden Maple Linden Maple Hackberry Ash Maple Maple Maple Over-Mature Over-Mature Young Mature Young Young Young Mature Young Young Young Mature Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Mature Young Young Young Mature Mature Young Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Young Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Excellent Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good Excellent Excellent Good Fair Excellent Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Fair 31 Front left of fairway Behind Green Back left of green Right of green

49 50 51 Ash Ash Ash Young Young Young Good Good Good 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Maple Pinion Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Fair Poor Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Right side of fairway by bunker Next to right fairway bunker By weather Shelter Maxwell Course – Hole 15 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Species Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Classification Condition Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Poor Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Mature Good Over-Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Over-Mature Fair Mature Fair 32 Location Row of junipers right of tee First Pine right of fairway At 150 marker

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Locust Locust Locust Locust Locust Maple Ash Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Locust Locust Locust Locust Locust Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Locust Locust Hackberry Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Young Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Poor Poor Fair Good Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Good Poor Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Excellent Fair Maxwell Course – Hole 16 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Classification Condition Young Fair Young Poor Young Poor Young Fair Mature Good 33 Location Left of the tee

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Fir Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Hackberry Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Pinion Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Crab Apple Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Maple Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Willow Scotch Pine Locust Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Young Over-Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Good Good Good Fair Good Good Fair Excellent Excellent Fair Fair Fair Good 34 Between fairway and 17 green between 17 & 16 fairway Split at the top Next to irrigation satellite Split trunk front left of green By fence Along Mansfield No top

50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 Locust Linden Locust Linden Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Linden Linden Maple Blue Spruce Maple Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Juniper Scrub Oak Juniper Scotch Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Juniper Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Good Good Good Good Fair Excellent Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Fair Good Good Fair Fair Poor Poor Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Good Near 150 marker Right side of hole Bee house behind them Maxwell Course – Hole 17 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Hackberry Classification Condition Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Young Good 35 Location Split trunk behind 1 cone tee

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Maple Maple Maple Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Behind Green Back right of green Right of green Low large branches left of cart path Behind forward tee Right of large tee, split leader Too close to spruce tree Maxwell Course – Hole 18 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Crab Apple Classification Condition Over-Mature Fair Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Young Good Mature Excellent Young Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Mature Excellent Over-Mature Good Over-Mature Good Mature Good 36 Location Back tee Right side of fairway

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Crab Apple Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Cottonwood Ash Ash Ash Pear Pear Pear Blue Spruce Locust Locust Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Kentucky Coffee Maple Maple Crab Apple Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Young Young Mature Young Young Young Fair Good Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Poor Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Young Young Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Over-Mature Mature Good Excellent Excellent Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Good Poor Good Fair Poor Poor Good Good Good Fair 37 Specimen tree right side of hole Between 12 & 18 fairway Behind green Left of fairway

59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Oak Linden Linden Pear Pear Pear Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Young Good Good Fair Excellent Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Left of the forward tee Driving Range Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Species Cottonwood Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Cottonwood Blue Spruce Bristlecone Pine Bristlecone Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Bristlecone Pine Ash Crab Apple Crab Apple Bristlecone Pine Austrian Pine Bristlecone Pine Austrian Pine Classification Condition Location Mature Fair Mature Fair Mature Good Young Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Fair Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Fair Fair Fair Mature Mature Good Good Mature Mature Good Good 38 Back of Range

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Blue Spruce Blue Spruce Ash Crab Apple Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Austrian Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Ash Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Hackberry Hackberry Austrian Pine Cottonwood Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Fair Poor Poor Good Poor Good Good Fair Good Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good Fair Good Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Fair 39

74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 Austrian Pine Pinion Pine Blue Spruce Ash Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Austrian Pine Cottonwood Austrian Pine Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Pfluger Course – Hole 1 Tree # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Species Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Catalpa Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Catalpa Austrian Pine Catalpa Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Hackberry Hackberry Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Ash Ash Austrian Pine Classification Condition Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Fair Young Good Over-Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Over-Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Fair Mature Good Over-Mature Fair Mature Good Mature Good Mature Good Mature Excellent 40 Location Between parking lot and tee Left of forward tee Left side of 1 fairway, west of

drainage 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Austrian Pine Elm Maple Pinion Pine Ash Oak Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood Ash Austrian Pine Ash Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Maple Maple Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Crab Apple Austrian Pine Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Young Young Young Young Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Excellent Fair Good Good Good Excellent Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Good Good Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Excellent Good Good Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Left side of green bunker Behind #2 tee Left of 2 tee Behind 1 green Right side of fairway before bunker Between 1 and 9 fairways Right of tee box Pfluger Course – Hole 2 Tree # 1 2 3 Species Honey Locust Scotch Pine Cottonwood Diameter Classification Condition 22.29 Mature Good 18.47 Mature Fair 21.34 Mature Fair 41 Location Right of 2 tee box

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Scotch Pine Cottonwood Scotch Pine Cottonwood Scotch Pine Cottonwood Cottonwood Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Austrian Pine Hackberry Hackberry Hackberry Blue Spruce Ash Ash Ash Blue Spruce Pinyon Pine Ash Pinyon Pine Blue Spruce Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Austrian Pine Maple Scotch Pine Scotch Pine 17.83 30.89 22.93 14.65 14.33 16.24 11.78 17.20 21.02 18.79 24.52 16.88 31.53 17.52 10.51 14.97 12.42 13.69 5.10 7.64 4.14 15.29 17.52 5.73 15.29 13.38 8.92 9.55 7.01 10.51 12.10 10.83 13.69 7.01 14.97 17.83 18.47 25.48 19.75 15.92 13.06 31.85 11.78 11.46 Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Young Mature Young Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature Mature Over-Mature Mature Mature 42 Good Fair Excellent Fair Good Fair Poor Poor Good Fair Fair Good Fair Poor Good Good Good Good Good Fair Poor Good Fair Fair Fair Poor Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair Good Good Good Good Good Fair Fair Good Fair Fair Fair Good Good Front right of fairway Next to irrigation satellite Behind 2 green Right of 2 green Behind fairway bunker

48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Scotch Pine Scotch Pine Cottonwood maple maple Cottonwood Mapl

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