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Turf Tweet of the Month: New gig, best office

September 7, 2021 By
Ross Niewola golf gourse superintendent at Sherwood CC. in Sherwood, Calif., shares a snapshot of what his new office looks like. ...

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Off the Record: Water scarcity in the West drives need for good golf course management

September 7, 2021 By
Western water shortages bring more attention to golf courses, making it critical to use best practices to maximize conservation. ...

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What a difference a year makes in Wausau, Wis. Nearly 100 percent disease on the nontreated control in 2020 (left) and nothing in 2021 (right). (Photo courtesy of Paul Koch, Ph.D.)

Super Science: The bizarro snow mold year

September 7, 2021 By
Paul Koch, Ph.D., looks at two case studies that searched for a reason as to why snow mold barely affected northern areas while hammering southern areas. ...

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Turf MD: No water in the West

September 7, 2021 By
Only 7 percent of the water used in Las Vegas is for golf courses. Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., looks at how water cuts could affect courses in the future. ...

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Shady Oaks GC in Fort Worth, Texas. The total course renovation by Ogilvy, Cocking and Mead includes new greens seeded to 777 bentgrass. (Photo Courtesy: Richard Hurley)

Modernizing golf turf with creeping bentgrass: decades of development

September 2, 2021 By
Richard Hurley, Ph.D., details the nearly 40-year process to develop creeping bentgrass varieties to modernize golf course turf. ...

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Golfdom Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones (left) was happy to not only get out to enjoy a concert, but also to make some new friends in the industry by meeting PBI-Gordon’s Brett Rieck (right) at the concert (with wife, Dana and Seth’s friend Sean Lipford in back). (Photo: Golfdom Staff)

Golfdom Gallery: September 2021

September 2, 2021 By
A bunch of hellos and a sad goodbye for Golfdom's staff in September. ...

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