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A time for change: empowering women in the golf industry

November 14, 2019 By
[SPONSORED CONTENT] Attendees of Bayer’s Women in Golf event shine a light on the recent shift of inclusion in the golf industry and the work that still needs to be done. Tune in for some of their best advice and ...

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Career advice from superintendents across the country

April 24, 2018 By
Tune into this video to hear top superintendents share the advice that had a big impact on their career paths and helped them become successful in the golf course industry. ...

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What switching to sales is really like

August 3, 2016 By
Golfdom EIC Seth Jones sits down with five friends of the magazine to ask them why they left their jobs as superintendents, and if you should, too. Gentlemen, thanks for taking the time. First, let me introduce everyone. Ryan Bourne is ...

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5 things to remember when setting goals

March 29, 2016 By
Are you setting practical goals for yourself, or do you pledge to stick by a goal at the beginning of the year and forget it by March? If you have lost track of your goals, or you’re struggling to keep ...

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Don’t underestimate the art of the handwritten letter

January 28, 2016 By
With technology at our fingertips it’s easy to send a quick email, tweet or text thanking someone. Which is acceptable only most of the time — not all. When someone goes out of their way, exceeds your expectations or just ...

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Asst. Superintendent Matt Neff shares career advice

November 5, 2013 By
After receiving my turf degree, I was hired as the 2nd assistant at the club at which I had interned. Shortly after I was hired, the 1st assistant left for another job and I was promoted, a decision my boss ...

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