Résumé tips for golf course superintendents

January 14, 2016 By
The résumé is arguably the most important tool when applying for jobs. Potential employers “meet” you via your résumé, and they may inadvertently form their first impression of who you are based on this one sheet of paper. It’s most important to set yourself apart ...

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National Golf Day 2016 set for May 18

January 11, 2016 By
We Are Golf, a coalition of golf’s leading organizations, has announced it will host the ninth annual National Golf Day on May 18, 2016, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. National Golf Day celebrates the game’s nearly $70 billion economy, $4 ...

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Matt’s mailbag: Neff addresses golfers and those not in the business

December 4, 2015 By
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, many people are tying up loose ends so they can hit the ground running in 2016. In the course of evaluating my year-end to-do list, I realized I had some unanswered (and ...

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Social media tips for golf course superintendents

November 12, 2015 By
  Social media is a blessing to the golf industry. Many golf course superintendents and general managers use social media to keep up with maintenance best practices, give each other virtual pats on the back, share research and solve problems. If ...

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The Art of the Interview

November 9, 2015 By
What’s something we all have in common? No. Not that we’re humans. When applying for jobs, more often than not, all of us will need to go through the interview process to determine if we’re the best fit for a ...

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Social networking with LinkedIn

November 5, 2015 By
Launched in 2003, LinkedIn has grown to become the premier social networking website. People from all different professions make up the more 400 million members that have a profile, and the turf industry is a part of that group. So why ...

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