Anyone who has ever golfed before knows a course is only as good as its conditions. Golf course owners and maintenance staff work tirelessly to make sure every inch is as perfect as possible. For one local golf course owner a nightmare became a reality.

Pine Hills Golf Course is nestled on Jones Road off Higby Road in Frankfort. The 18-hole course has been in the Grygiel family since 1954. One of the most important elements to a golf course are the greens. On Pine Hills' 10th green Thursday night someone decided to have a joy ride and do donuts. The golf club took to Facebook, calling out "the golfer(s) responsible for the damage done" to the golf course. "We know who you are and hope that you had fun doing donuts on #10 green. With one careless action, you have ruined months of hard work and maintenance. You are being a granted a window of time (that you do not deserve) to apologize for what you did, before further action is taken."

Grygiel says the damage was done by someone riding in one of the courses' golf carts and she knows who did it. "My husband Clayton and I have decided to let the person(s) responsible for this remain anonymous, in hopes they will offer us a humble apology."

If we could all start to put a little more effort into being kind, the world would be a much better place!

She added, "The last thing any business owner should ever have to worry about, whether they are year-round or seasonal is someone vandalizing their property. It seems like having respect and compassion for others has become a thing of the past for way too many people. If we could all start to put a little more effort into being kind, the world would be a much better place."

Those who golf have a mutual understanding about the delicacy and respect that needs to be given to any golf course, especially on the greens. With central New York weather being what it is, making sure courses are in prime shape is no easy task. There are people who go to school specifically for golf course landscaping and maintenance. Most would say, there is an art to it.

"We are a small, family-owned and operated business and golf is not a year round industry in New York," said Gyrgiel. "Essentially, we have a limited number of months each year to make it."