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Off the Record: More good news on golf’s use of water

September 27, 2022 By
Golfdom Research Editor Mike Kenna, Ph.D., discusses water use and management practices on golf courses in America, including surveys from the GCSAA. ...

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Photos: Prince William Golf Course

Turf MD: How to manage and reduce grain on the course

September 12, 2022 By
Golfdom science editor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., discusses grain management strategies and how to reduce the grain of your course. ...

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Superintendents can identify the turf-loving fall armyworm by the upside-down Y on its head. Most common in the Southeast, the pest can ravage golf courses without mitigation. (Photo by: Lyle Buss, University of Florida)

Turf MD: The complicated nature of diagnosing a turfgrass surprise

August 11, 2022 By
Golfdom science editor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., discusses agronomic surprises of the last year and the process of diagnosing them. ...

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Off the Record: USGA’s contributions address environmental issues

August 11, 2022 By
Research Editor Mike Kenna discusses how the USGA and its research efforts have benefited the golf industry over the last few decades. ...

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Golf ball with shadowed background (Photo: Moussa81 / iStock / Getty Images)

Keeping Up with the Jones: An ever-evolving sports world

August 11, 2022 By
Seth Jones weighs in on the latest with the LIV Golf saga and waxes poetically about how innocent sports are seen through the eyes of a young child. ...

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Keeping up with the Jones: Three tips to grow the 3-percent

August 8, 2022 By
Golfdom Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones shares his discussion with Devon Carroll, Ph.D., about how professionals can welcome women in turf into their facility. ...

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