Just another day in Superintendent Paradise

March 19, 2018 By
507 1-on-1 meetings 40 superintendents 18 holes of golf 15 boardroom presentations … and 1 hot air balloon flyover Now going into its eighth year, the Golfdom Summit annually brings roughly 40 superintendents from around the country to meet with ...
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He’s got a ticket to drive

February 20, 2018 By
I love cars. Whenever I get a chance, I like to sneak a little Car and Driver-like content into this magazine. Name one turf magazine that has had a classic car on its cover. Yep, in 2014 we put a ...
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Renovation to restoration

January 26, 2018 By
New turf. New bunkers. Normal things for a course renovation. Now, throw in almost 100-mph winds and record-breaking rainfall and then there’s nature’s version of a renovation. This was the scene set in southern Florida at Eagle Creek Golf & ...

A golf course waiting to happen

November 27, 2017 By
Although Stoatin Brae Golf Club opened just this year, its natural characteristics are reminiscent of an old Scottish links course, and its superintendent plans to keep it that way. As Jon Scott, owner and president of Augusta, Mich.’s Gull Lake ...
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Every drop counts

October 10, 2017 By and
For the people who make a living in the irrigation industry, creating the next great innovation is a constant goal. Superintendents thinking of autonomous technology related to their jobs may see images in their heads of driverless mowers or sprayers, ...

Less turf + better turf = better for golf

September 20, 2017 By
In an effort to make golf better for the budget and better for the golfer, courses take a close look at where the green goes. The California drought, thankfully, is over. And so is a state program that rewarded California ...