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About Chris Lewis

Michigan-based writer Chris Lewis specializes in reporting on golf in the U.S. He wrote about White Pine National Golf Resort for Golfdom in 2013, and part two of the magazine’s annual Plant Health Series in 2014.

Posts by Chris Lewis

How to keep irrigation systems running all season long Posted on 02 May 2022 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine & Research categories.

Industry experts share tips on how to keep irrigation systems running smoothly and effectively during peak business times. Read more»

How to eliminate necrotic ring spot this spring Posted on 11 Apr 2022 in the From the Magazine & Research categories.

Experts weigh in on how to save your Kentucky bluegrass turf and eliminate necrotic ring spot for the upcoming spring season. Read more»

Experts share tips to detatch your thatch Posted on 16 Mar 2022 in the From the Magazine & Research categories.

Some industry experts offer tips to minimize thatch growth and accumulation and say superintendents must bear in mind their “big picture” drivers. Read more»

Experts Insights: Tips to keep old man winter at bay from your water features Posted on 01 Mar 2022 in the Featured & From the Magazine & Research categories.

Some industry experts explain how to treat their water features’ that muck during the winter and how superintendents must oxygenate them. Read more»

The view from the Treetops Resort Posted on 06 Jun 2020 in the Maintenance categories.

The last 16 years have brought dramatic changes to Michigan’sTreetops Resort. The team discusses the maintenance and labor practices. Read more»

Web Exclusive: More from the 2019 State of the Industry report part 2 Posted on 21 Feb 2020 in the Maintenance & Online Exclusive categories.

2019 was a year of many successes, multiple challenges and happily, a few near misses. An inaccurately forecast hurricane saved a lot of superintendents some trouble (but not the unnecessary Read more»