Complimentary Masters admission granted to certain GCSAA members

By   |  March 26, 2019

The governing body at Augusta National has extended complimentary daily admission to the Masters to all Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Class A, A-Retired (ART) and AA Life members who have a valid ...

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Off-type grasses in ultradwarf bermudagrass greens

By   |  March 12, 2019
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Effects of monthly urea applications (Photo: Emily Braithwaite)

Microdochium patch disease development

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Annual bluegrass weevils (Photo: Charles Mazel)

Mowing down weevils

By   |  March 7, 2019
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PBI-Gordon: SpeedZone

By   |  March 26, 2019

SpeedZone® Broadleaf Herbicide from PBI-Gordon utilizes four powerful active ingredients to provide fast and dependable control of more than 90 tough broadleaf weeds, including goosegrass, clover, plantain, ground ivy, and spurge. Most applications will produce a visual response within 24 hours, and weed death ...

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Tripp Davis and Associates club restoration earns top honors

By   |  March 25, 2019

AvidGolfer magazine recognized The Northwood Club in Dallas as the Best Country Club in Dallas/Fort Worth and the Best Course Renovation of the year. Tripp Davis and Associates (TDA) conducted the renovation of the course, which was originally designed by William Diddel in 1946. The course hosted the 1952 US Open, making it one of only three courses in Texas to ever have hosted that ...

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  • GIS Highlights: Cub Cadet’s next gen robotic mower

    By   |  February 14, 2019

    At the 2019 Golf Industry Show, Cub Cadet exhibited equipment they believe will address the challenges facing turf managers: the next generation of the RG3 robotic mower — the Infinicut RGX. “We’re taking the success of the Infinicut mowers — used at venues like Real Madrid, ...

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  • Jones’ 2019 GIS notebook

    By   |  February 12, 2019

    Strange, most of my 2019 GIS notebook is indecipherable scribbles on a cocktail napkin from The Hard Rock Hotel. So I guess I better spitball more from memory than my notes… GIS 2019 was another great event for the entire Golfdom team. It’s a treat ...

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