Golfdom Gallery: August 2018

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Chad Brakefield (Photo: Ryan Batz)

1. Finally got a birdie Chad Brakefield, U.S. sales director for Ferti Technologies, found a new way to get a natural birdie during a recent round at Fox Hopyard GC in East Haddam, Conn.

Craig MacGregor, Todd Ferguson, Bill Roddy

2. Photo op with the new CEO Golfdom Publisher Craig MacGregor (left) and Group Publisher Bill Roddy (right) stopped new Primera CEO Todd Ferguson at the recent Primera meeting in Dallas to take a photo for the magazine. Plenty impressive, as Ferguson has been on the move non-stop since he was named CEO of the company in April.

David Mihailides (left) and Joe Enciso (Photo: Seth Jones)

Photo: Seth Jones

3. A couple familiar faces Look who we ran into in a hotel bar in Fort Worth! Two longtime turf jocks — David Mihailides, T&O sales specialist (left), and Joe Enciso, agronomic sales representative, both of Hocking International Laboratories. Dave and Joe said we should expect to be hearing much more from them here in a few seasons. Sounds like they’ve got something cooking!

Karl Danneberger, Ph.D. at presentation (Photo: Seth Jones)

Photo: Seth Jones

4. Try to hide your excitement, Dr. D We promise, Golfdom Science Editor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., was thrilled to present Ohio State University student Steven Marchionda with the Turfgrass Science Student of the Year Award. He just has a hard time showing it.

Seth Jones and Jorge Croda (Photo: Seth Jones)

Photo: Seth Jones

5. A super among the sports turf guys Golfdom Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones spotted a familiar face at the Sports Turf Managers Association show in Fort Worth — Jorge Croda, CGCS, Southern Oaks GC, Burleson, Texas.

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