Tag: Mark Woodward

Bunker renovation 101

April 16, 2018 By
Bunkers, like all physical features on golf courses, show signs of aging over time. Golf is an outdoor sport, and bunkers are affected by numerous conditions, including dust storms, wind, rain, animal contamination, golfers and maintenance workers. Consistency between bunkers ...
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Are we there yet?

December 14, 2017 By
As we near the close of another calendar year, we always find ourselves reflecting on our personal lives as well as our professional lives. In my case, I also look hard at golf, the industry from which we make a ...
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What is golf?

July 15, 2015 By
When I was a kid, golf meant just one thing: golf. There was only one kind of golf. What I mean to say is golf was golf. There was only one definition of the game. ¶ Back then, it only ...
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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 ...

The Golfdom Gallery: January 2015

January 22, 2015 By
Click on the photos to enlarge them. Fancy flags We had these good looking flags on all 18 holes of the Palmer course at Reunion Resort. They’ll look good framed in our office, too. Big hitter, long Golfdom’s digital media ...

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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