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The biggest mistake in green construction

May 18, 2021 - By

In his latest blog, Jim Moore describes issues he encountered with putting green construction during his 33 years with the USGA Green Section. ...

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Making the most of the bad situation from Winter Storm Uri

April 22, 2021 - By

Jim Moore describes how courses can contend with severe damage to bermudagrass on their greens, collars and approaches due to Winter Storm Uri. ...

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Anuvia Legend Spotlight: Shawn Emerson

January 19, 2021 - By

Started by Anuvia, the Legends initiative celebrates superintendents who have gone above and beyond in their careers — not just in maintaining tremendous golf courses, but also in their contributions to the industry, creative problem-solving and mentorship. Golfdom sat down with Anuvia Legend Shawn Emerson ...

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Learning to lead and communicate with confidence at Green Start Academy

November 10, 2020 - By

You never know what an educational session at Green Start Academy might hold, but maybe a geography and sociology lesson wouldn’t be at the top of your list. But, that’s exactly what Green Start 2020 attendees got when Carlos Arraya, CGCS, Golfdom columnist and director ...

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A most unusual Green Start Academy

October 27, 2020 - By

I love traveling for work. Years before I became an editor in the golf industry, depending on the month, I spent 50 to 75 percent of my time crisscrossing the country as a hospitality consultant. These days, I’ve traded reporting on service at a hotel ...

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The bunker rake debate

August 11, 2020 - By

Many things have changed in the game of golf since the world was ensnared in the COVID-19 pandemic. Common touch points such as ball washers and water coolers quickly were removed from courses around the U.S. On the maintenance side, golf crews have had to ...

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