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Sarah Webb is Golfdom's managing editor. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University, where she studied journalism and Spanish. Prior to her role at Golfdom, Sarah was an intern for Cleveland Magazine and a writing tutor.

Posts by Sarah Webb

Experts’ Insights: Spring irrigation 101 Posted on 29 Apr 2021 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine & Research categories.

Experts from Rain Bird, Hunter Industries, Ecologel and Toro lay out the best practices superintendents should follow when it comes to spring irrigation. Read more»

Turf Pest of the Month: Contending with the ABW Posted on 29 Apr 2021 in the Current Issue & From the Magazine & Research & Turf Pest of the Month categories.

Ian Rodriguez, Ph.D., technical services manager for Quali-Pro, discusses ways superintendents can manage the annual bluegrass weevil. Read more»

The golf industry gives back to foster care organization Posted on 29 Apr 2021 in the Current Issue & Featured & From the Magazine & People categories.

A family opens their home to foster children; the golf industry gives them the shirts off their backs. Read more»

Turf Pest of the Month: Contending with white grubs Posted on 22 Apr 2021 in the Featured & From the Magazine & Maintenance & Turf Pest of the Month categories.

Dakota Dunes features bentgrass tees, greens and fairways, all of which have been impacted by grub damage and has always struggled with white grub. Read more»

A quest to play every Oklahoma course Posted on 25 Mar 2021 in the Featured & From the Magazine & People categories.

A look at the progress of The Club at Indians Springs Superintendent David Jones' quest to play every single golf course in Oklahoma. Read more»

Experts’ Insights: Thatch meets its match Posted on 23 Mar 2021 in the Featured & From the Magazine & Research categories.

Manufacturers and superintendents alike explain the best practices that can be used to help control excessive thatch on golf courses. Read more»