Tag: At the Turn

It could be worse: Don’t forget how cool it is to be in the golf business

March 18, 2015 By
Considering the stresses and economic problems we all face, it’s sometimes easy to forget how cool it is to be in the golf business. We have a tendency to get caught up in the negative aspects of what we do ...

Are we still on track?

February 18, 2015 By
During my direct involvement in the leadership of GCSAA, whether it was serving on committees, serving for seven years on the board of directors, or my two years as CEO of the association, we had many conversations about raising the ...

Life away from the golf course

January 22, 2015 By
Most superintendents will tell you that one of the main reasons they got into the golf industry is because they enjoy being in the outdoors and not being confined to an office all day. To take this concept a step ...
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Don’t look back, you’re not going that way

December 16, 2014 By
What’s more important? Looking ahead or looking back? ¶ I’d argue that in the golf business there is value in both but I’m choosing to focus on the future of our industry and not get too hung up on what’s ...

Is propane the answer for the golf industry?

November 24, 2014 By
As our industry gets more and more regulated each year it will continue to be important for golf course managers to look at new and creative ways to manage their facilities. Superintendents are constantly fine-tuning their maintenance practices and using ...

Save your skin: A common cancer in the golf industry

October 22, 2014 By
I don’t know anyone who hasn’t been impacted by either having or knowing someone who has had cancer. As we all know, there are a large number of different types of cancer that can attack the human body, but the ...