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Tag: Golfdom Files

High-tech greens mower illustration (illustration: Leo Michael)

Golfdom Files: To infinity and beyond

June 1, 2021 By
This Golfdom Files features a September 2000 article where superintendents discuss elements they’d like to see incorporated into greens mowers. ...

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1976 GIS (Photo: Golfdom archives)

Golfdom Files: Temperatures high, crowd low

February 5, 2021 By
A look at the 1976 Turfgrass Conference and Show of the Golf Course Superintendents of America, which drew 3,142 attendees to Minneapolis. ...

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U.S. Capitol (Photo: Golfdom Staff)

Golfdom Files: A good time to get political

January 4, 2021 By
In the December 2001 issue of Golfdom, columnist Joel Jackson, CGCS, advocates for superintendents to become involved in the political process. ...

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November 1979 cover (Photo: Golfdom archives)

Golfdom Files: Leadership and management, partners to misunderstanding

November 3, 2020 By
In this 1979 article, consultant Ron Frame urges superintendents to examine how they’re approaching their work and how they view leadership and management. ...

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July 1966 cover (Photo: Golfdom archives)

Golfdom Files: Giving golfers what they need

June 26, 2020 By
In this July 1966 article, Golfdom founder Herb Graffis takes a look back at how much the game owes to a golf salesman and pioneer, Sam Clapper. ...

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Golfdom Files: An old master with new ideas

April 2, 2020 By
“Candid” best describes superintendents’ and golf pros’ explanations of how they managed to keep their courses in business during World War II. In a February 1944 feature titled “Experts Tell Answers to Wartime Problems,” supers and others such as Willie ...

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