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Tag: greens

Photos: Prince William Golf Course

Turf MD: Top five golf pet peeves

April 28, 2022 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., discusses his biggest golf pet peeves and common mistakes that golfers make from a maintenance perspective. ...

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Percentage annual bluegrass as influenced by (a) N rate, (b) Fe sulfate rate, and (c) plant growth regulators in a mixed stand creeping bentgrass green and turfgrass quality as influenced by (d) N, (e) Fe sulfate, and (f) plant growth regulators from 2012 to 2018. Means not sharing any letter are significantly different by the LSD test (P < 0.05).

What is the long term impact of inputs on annual bluegrass in greens?

Researchers explain why annual bluegrass is challenging to control when established within other turfgrass species and offer solutions for superintendents. ...

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USGA’s Brian Whitlark on the growth of soil moisture meters in golf

June 21, 2021 By
[SPONSORED CONTENT] As Torrey Pines prepared to host the 2021 U.S. Open, USGA’s Agronomist for the West Region, Brian Whitlark discusses the importance of quality greens in major tournaments and how soil moisture meters have helped improve the process of ...

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Snedeker: “(the bunkers) are probably the hardest thing on this golf course”

June 15, 2016 By
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are practice for the U.S. Open maintenance crew to perfect their jobs for the 3 a.m. wake-up calls during the actual championship. What spectators are actually coming to the Pittsburgh suburb for is to watch the ...

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Oakmont with one week to go

June 13, 2016 By
…until the final putt drops on Sunday. And the place looks amazing. It’s eye-popping, the colors out here, and the views. All they need to do is keep the wheels turning for another couple days and we’re going to have ...

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Managing Southern greens? We’ve got questions.

October 11, 2015 By
Christian Baldwin, Ph.D., and Jordan Craft at Mississippi State University are giving a presentation at the inaugural Deep South Turf Expo this month, and they’d love some feedback on how the locals are managing their greens. The survey should take ...

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