Greenskeeper Justin Chamblee, left, and head pro Ben Yeargin inspect the green on the par-4 first hole at Wendell Country Club on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Strips of grass shown missing were salvaged from the green, which was largely ruined by extremely low temperatures in late winter and other factors.
Greenskeeper Justin Chamblee, left, and head pro Ben Yeargin inspect the green on the par-4 first hole at Wendell Country Club on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Strips of grass shown missing were salvaged from the green, which was largely ruined by extremely low temperatures in late winter and other factors. AARON MOODY amoody@newsobserver.com
Greenskeeper Justin Chamblee, left, and head pro Ben Yeargin inspect the green on the par-4 first hole at Wendell Country Club on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Strips of grass shown missing were salvaged from the green, which was largely ruined by extremely low temperatures in late winter and other factors. AARON MOODY amoody@newsobserver.com

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