Tag: 2019 Masters

Superintendents from east cost at Augusta National (Photo: Seth Jones)

Golfdom Gallery: May 2019, Masters Edition

May 30, 2019 By
The Masters Edition Mr. and Mrs. Greenkeeper Matthew Wharton, CGCS, MG, Carolina GC, Charlotte, N.C., and his wife, Darless, aka Mrs. Greenkeeper, near the big leaderboard at Augusta National Golf Club. Amen Corner with RTJII (Left to right) Rich Sweeney, ...

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Keeping up with the Jones: Mac the Knife strikes again

May 7, 2019 By
The saying goes, “A fool and his money are soon parted.” And man, did Tiger Woods fool me! For the past couple years, Golfdom Publisher Craig MacGregor and I have had a friendly back-and-forth, making small $5 bets while we’re ...

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2019 Masters recap

April 16, 2019 By
Reporting from Golfdom‘s Eudora, Kan., offices, Seth Jones reflects on some of the highlights of the 2019 Masters, as well as announces the winners of our swag giveaways.   ...

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2019 Masters Coverage: Augusta is ‘heaven on earth’ for turfgrass pros

April 16, 2019 By and
In their own words, four superintendents, some at the Masters for the first time and others who have been before, share what drew them to Augusta National Golf Club–and why other GCSAA Class A superintendents should consider making the trip ...

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(Photo: Seth Jones)

2019 Masters Photo Parade: People of Augusta

April 16, 2019 By
It wouldn’t be The Masters with the Golfdom team without us taking advantage of photo opps with the Friends of Golfdom — the superintendents and industry pros who help golf courses recover. Andrew Sandner, design associate, Staples Golf, Jones and Andy ...

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The peach ice cream sandwich had to be my favorite culinary treat from the Masters. Photo: Seth Jones

The Masters 2019: An experience unlike any other

April 15, 2019 By
When we got kicked off of the course at Augusta National Golf Club (ANGC) during Tuesday morning’s practice rounds for the Masters due to approaching storms, I was a little bummed (though I did have fun texting a few people ...

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