3 Syngenta turf solutions now registered for use in California

By   |  July 19, 2019

The latest control solutions from Syngenta are now registered for use on California golf courses. Appear II and Secure Action fungicides provide superintendents with enhanced control of some of the most prevalent turf diseases, while ...

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Lyme disease and deer ticks

By   |  July 9, 2019
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Data-driven irrigation scheduling techniques for sand-capped fairways

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Goosegrass (Photo: Jim Brosnan, Ph.D.)

Trouble with goosegrass control

By   |  July 9, 2019
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Pennington Seed: Arden 15

By   |  July 19, 2019

Introducing Arden 15, high quality Bermuda turfgrass with excellent color, cover, density and superior early spring green-up. This highly developed seed is a two-clone intraspecific hybrid that provides a noticeably more uniform turf. Arden 15 is replacing Princess 77 as Pennington’s main offering in ...

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Course of the week: The Georgia Club transitions to private club

By   |  July 16, 2019

The Georgia Club, located in Statham, Ga., will transition from a semiprivate club to a private club on Nov. 1. The Georgia Club is a 27-hole master-planned community that includes a golf course, a 42,000-square-foot Georgian Clubhouse and pro shop, a swim park and fitness center. With more than 1,300 acres in total, the community has grown to 400 occupied homes with a plan to continue ...

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  • Fog invades hole 10 at the U.S. Open

    By   |  June 26, 2019

    The foggy conditions of the 2019 U.S. Open were nothing new to the 100-year-old Pebble Beach Golf Links. Check out the difference that the fog made at hole 10 below. (photos courtesy of Golfdom staff) In case you missed it — view photos of the ...

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