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Tag: 2021 GIS

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Viva Las Vegas: What we saw at our own imaginary GIS

February 9, 2021 By , and
Who says the 2021 Golf Industry Show was canceled? Not us, as we take a stroll through our own imaginary show to see what's new in the industry. ...

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Target Specialty Products unveils 2021 virtual GIS events

February 1, 2021 By
Target Specialty Products will feature its innovative and proprietary product line Turf Fuel at this year’s virtual Golf Industry Show (GIS) Feb. 2-4, 2021. Target Specialty Products will host several events during the week of the GIS. The Target Specialty ...

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Jim Nantz to receive 2021 Old Tom Morris Award

November 9, 2020 By
Jim Nantz, a three-time Emmy winner and lead anchor of CBS’s golf coverage, will be the recipient of the 2021 Old Tom Morris Award from GCSAA. The organization will present the award live on Feb. 2, 2021, during the Opening ...

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Registration open for virtual 2021 Golf Industry Show

October 14, 2020 By
Registration is now open for the virtual 2021 Golf Industry Show (GIS), Feb. 2-4, 2021. Registration levels include: All-access, facility (an 18-hole golf course): Includes 3.0 education points per person Education access for everyone including assistants, equipment managers and more 88 ...

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Breaking news: GCSAA CEO Rhett Evans discusses 2021 GIS going virtual

August 13, 2020 By
Golfdom magazine sat down with Rhett Evans hours after the announcement that the 2021 Golf Industry Show, scheduled to take place in Las Vegas in February, was canceled. Evans discusses the results of the survey sent out to members; if ...

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Golf Industry Show 2021 to be virtual

August 12, 2020 By
The 2021 Golf Industry Show, slated to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Jan. 30-Feb. 4, 2021, is now virtual, according to the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. “This was not an easy decision to make. ...

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