Ken Williams on course conditions, wildlife updates and projects
Monday, July 30, 2012
A five foot gopher snake seen on Hole #1 at the Stanford Golf Course. Gopher snakes are good for the course as they eat small rodents such as gophers, moles, voles, rats, and mice. They are not venomous, but often shake their tail similar to a rattlesnake if provoked.
Power is being taken from the Driving Range Building to install a new Blue Tower along Campus Drive West at the range entrance. The Blue Towers are used for 911/Emergencies. Please excuse any inconvenience.