The fairways will almost certainly be affected by Zoysia patch, a disease that thrives in wet conditions. We treat for this each fall, but it's doubtful we'll see full control given the circumstances. Poa annua (annual bluegrass) will be a huge issue as it's already putting out seed roughly 12 weeks ahead of schedule. Algae, moss, and other wet weather pests will require extra attention when spring finally arrives. A number of other issues related to the wet conditions will require new and or extra effort, but golf will go on!
While it's mildly depressing to see the course in it's current state, it's safe to say that we'll have another great year of golf in 2016. Patience is the key.
Zoysia patch will likely be widespread in 2016
Not sure exactly what this is, but it's affecting all greens at the moment. We'll watch it closely, but more than likely it will subside with colder, drier, and/or sunnier weather.