Golfdom Gallery: January 2019

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RTP truck (Photo: Seth Jones)

Photo: Seth Jones

1. One bad bowtie We spotted this Chevy Silverado — proudly representing Redexim Turf Products — at the Kansas City Airport parking lot. Is your company truck cooler than this? Send us a photo and prove it.

Paul Fox, Jeremy Moore, Craig MacGregor, Nick Strain (Photo: Seth Jones)

Photo: Seth Jones

2. Reunion at Reunion It was a Quali-Pro reunion at Reunion Resort during our sister publication’s event, the Landscape Management Growth Summit. Familiar faces (they were just in “Gallery” in November!) from left to right, are Paul Fox, Florida area manager; Jeremy Moore, national accounts manager, Golfdom Publisher Craig MacGregor; and Nick Strain, business manager. (This photo should now make you guys even with co-worker Paul Blodorn … so the next QP staffer in Gallery wins!)

Craig MacGregor and Seth Jones (Photo: Dan Hannan)

Photo: Dan Hannan

3. Some losers win big Congratulations to Golfdom Publisher Craig MacGregor (left) who won the 2018 North Coast Media weight loss challenge — and the cash — when he weighed in at the company holiday party 27 pounds lighter than he was in mid-September. Sorry, Golfdom Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones (right) — all losing 26 pounds did was make you the first loser.

Bill Roddy on golf course (Photo: Cam Copley)

Photo: Cam Copley

4. From way downtown, bang! Golfdom Group Publisher Bill Roddy admires his approach shot from 90+ yards as it found its home in the bottom of the cup for a nifty eagle.

Kevin Sunderman and Jason Bradley (Photo: Clara Richter)

Photo: Clara Richter

5. Two tough negotiators Do you think you have what it takes to negotiate the sale of a multi-million-dollar company? If these supers were paying attention during their negotiations class at the Syngenta Business Institute, they do. Kevin Sunderman (left), of Isla Del Sol Yacht and Country Club in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Jason Bradley (right), superintendent at Memphis Country Club in Memphis, Tenn., got some hands-on practice during a session led by William Davis, a professor at Wake Forest University’s School of Business.



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