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The 19th Hole: Mark Kuhns

August 5, 2016 By
Mark, what can I get you? Well, with my dietary restrictions, alcohol is out of the question… how about a tall unsweetened tea? So you and Janet will celebrate your 40th anniversary after the PGA Championship. Yes, 40 wonderful years. ...

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained

August 5, 2016 By
BASF’s Elite Rejuvenation program convinces two superintendents to step outside their comfort zones in hopes of achieving better conditions. Superintendents who struggle with plant health on their courses can be wary of stepping out of their normal routines. Pressure to ...

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What switching to sales is really like

August 3, 2016 By
Golfdom EIC Seth Jones sits down with five friends of the magazine to ask them why they left their jobs as superintendents, and if you should, too. Gentlemen, thanks for taking the time. First, let me introduce everyone. Ryan Bourne is ...

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Indaziflam on warm-season native grasses in rough

Native warm-season grasses are popular choices for low-maintenance rough on golf courses. They require minimal inputs to maintain but still require some maintenance. Annual grasses and invasive plants can be problematic within these systems, so herbicides often are needed for ...

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The days of whine and poses

July 29, 2016 By
The era of Arnie, Jack, Lee and Gary is over, and we are now in the days of Jordan, Jason, Rickie and Rory and a host of other new faces on the Tour. While modern golfers hit the ball longer ...

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Golfdom Gallery: 2016 U.S. Open edition

July 22, 2016 By
1. Golfdom Ninja Warriors With all that walking on the course, Golfdom’s Seth Jones and Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., the Ohio State University, look like they just ran an obstacle course together. 2. The future looks bright The host superintendents for ...

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