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Columns

A new chapter

April 2, 2020 By
First of all, I’m excited to have a Golfdom column. I thought an introduction about how I arrived at this point in my career would be a good start. I grew up in El Cajon, Calif., and at the age ...

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Beware of the fog

April 2, 2020 By
While reading or watching a video, words like dazed, hazed, confused, perplexed, trance or stupor occasionally describe someone or a situation. These descriptive words are synonyms of being “in a fog.” In literature, fog represents approaching gloom, death or isolation. ...

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A letter to the course during COVID-19

April 2, 2020 By
Carlos Arraya writes a “letter to the golf course” explaining that turf managers and superintendents will do their best to keep golf courses functional during the coronavirus pandemic. Dear Golf Course, As I wake and my eyes open, several thoughts ...

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Keeping up with the Jones: Social distance, social distortion

April 2, 2020 By
We emailed Tim Davis, the subject of this month’s “19th Hole,” shortly before deadline. We wanted to make sure he was happy with the way his interview looked before we sent the magazine to the printer. His response to us ...

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The importance of saying what you mean

March 11, 2020 By
On a recent transatlantic flight, between the boredom of yet another movie and waiting for the best time to climb over “Vegetable Lasagna” — my new seatmate — for the bathroom, I drifted back over my life in the United ...

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I was The Terminator

March 11, 2020 By
A mentor blatantly lied to me, and it took years of experience to learn the truth. It didn’t feel like a lie back then, but I believed him when he told me that terminating employees would get easier the more ...

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