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Why there’s a big disparity between high-end and low-end bunker maintenance

April 28, 2023 By
Jim Moore, retired director of education for the USGA Green Section, discusses the evolution in bunker maintenance over time. ...

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From landscaping to leadership, women share how their careers brought them to golf

April 27, 2023 By
Golf course architect Jan Bel Jan and Laurie Bland, director of golf course maintenance at Miami Springs paths converge on a future renovation project. ...

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Olympia Fields CC and the BMW Championship: Not its first rodeo

August 28, 2020 By
Sam MacKenzie, CGCS, director of grounds at Olympia Fields CC, discusses preparations for the BMW Championship, which kicked off Aug. 27. ...

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South Fork High School turf program (Photo courtesy of Wendy Schepman)

Teaching turf

July 16, 2020 By
An inside look at the Academy of Landscape and Turfgrass Management, which is taught at South Fork High School in Stuart, Fla. ...

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Drainage work on Cherry Valley's No. 11 and No. 16 holes are complete and the installation of Blinder Bunker material is almost complete. (Photo: Chris Caporicci)

Use bunkers to direct the golfer’s eye

March 11, 2020 By
Bunker renovations offer a chance to take a second look at golf course flow and address additional pain points. This was the case with Cherry Valley Club in Garden City, N.Y., as Superintendent Chris Caporicci prepared to renovate the course’s ...

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Chase Walden, superintendent of of Old Oakland Golf Club in Indianapolis, Ind., says if you opt for an outside contractor to work on your bunkers, expect to work long hours as the crew wants to complete the job as quick as they can. (Photo: Chase Walden)

How course modernized saucer-style bunkers

March 11, 2020 By
When it comes to renovating bunkers, superintendents have a big choice to make: go in-house or use an outside firm. Chase Walden, superintendent of Old Oakland Golf Club in Indianapolis, Ind., says this often is a question of manpower. “If ...

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