Advanced Turf Solutions partners with Premier golf course sand manufacturer

By   |  April 15, 2019

Advanced Turf Solutions is now an exclusive partner of The Hayden Group, an Arkansas-based company that manufactures Premier golf course sand. Customers of Advanced Turf located in Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and eastern Kansas ...

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Effects of monthly urea applications (Photo: Emily Braithwaite)

Microdochium patch disease development

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Off-type grasses in ultradwarf bermudagrass greens

By   |  March 12, 2019
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Annual bluegrass weevils (Photo: Charles Mazel)

Mowing down weevils

By   |  March 7, 2019
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Quali-Pro: Flex-Guard

By   |  April 18, 2019

Get Flua-mazing fungicide protection for your turf! Flex-Guard is a preventive contact fungicide for golf course use that provides control of multiple diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch and leaf spot. The active ingredient, Fluazinam, is the only turf fungicide Classified by FRAC in ...

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Course of the Week: Augusta National Golf Club

By   |  April 6, 2019

Happy Masters week! To mark the occasion, it only seems right to shine a spotlight on the course taking center stage this week: Augusta National Golf Club. Here’s a look back at some of our favorite Masters memories. Let’s start off with this find from 2015. With this many mowers going at once, things move pretty quickly at Augusta National. Beautiful No. 13 at Augusta ...

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  • 2019 Masters Photo Parade: People of Augusta

    By   |  April 16, 2019

    It wouldn’t be The Masters with the Golfdom team without us taking advantage of photo opps with the Friends of Golfdom — the superintendents and industry pros who help golf courses recover. Andrew Sandner, design associate, Staples Golf, Jones and Andy Staples, president, Staples Golf, take ...

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  • A tale of two very different Masters days

    By   |  April 12, 2019

    My 2019 Masters experience summed up: it was the worst of times, then the best of times. How could any experience at the Masters be ‘the worst of times,’ you ask? Easy. You could get rained out. Weather could delay (or prevent) your trip in ...

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