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Turf MD: Supply problems ahead

October 29, 2021 By
Supply issues have affected many industries throughout the pandemic and is hitting the golf course industry resulting in limited supply and rising costs. ...

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Karl Danneberger after surviving COVID-19 (Photo courtesy of Karl Danneberger)

Turf MD: Lessons learned from COVID-19

May 4, 2021 By
Columnist Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., relates lessons he learned from contracting COVID-19 last year to taking care of turfgrass. ...

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Updated: The Latest Golfdom coverage of COVID-19

March 22, 2021 By
  Editor’s Note: Last updated March 22, 2021. We will continue to update this post as more information becomes available. The Golfdom team reports on industry updates surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19). News Back2Golf updates Operations Playbook (5/28) GCBAA mourns passing ...

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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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With COVID-19 restrictions in place, some courses such as Hillcrest CC (above) added more single-rider carts, which, in turn, could lead to more cart damage along the course. (Photo: Hillcrest CC)

2020 State of the Industry: A year when weekdays were weekends, weekends were holidays

December 8, 2020 By , , and
Record-breaking rounds played, crews shut down with positive coronavirus cases and wild weather abounds made for a crazy year. ...

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Carolinas’ online conference registration to open Sept. 25

September 21, 2020 By
Registration for the Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Association conference will open at 10 a.m. EST on Friday, Sep. 25. ...

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