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Tag: Jim Moore

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Why your greens are your resume as a superintendent

September 28, 2021 By
Jim Moores shares what features should be most important for any low-budget golf course to be successful. ...

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Why it’s important to toot your own horn

August 24, 2021 By
In the latest installment of Golfdom's blog, Jim Moore explains the benefits to be had when you start documenting your accomplishments via a portfolio. ...

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What makes a terrible green chairman

July 21, 2021 By
In the latest installment of Golfdom's blog, Jim Moore describes the qualities that can make up a terrible green chairman. ...

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One good thing about these old impact sprinklers was that they could really throw some water! In my case, the system was one line down the middle of the fairway with snap valves spaced about every 80 feet. (Photo: Jim Moore)

What’s the worst job I ever had on the golf course?

June 21, 2021 By
  Like most people that made their careers in golf course maintenance, I started with a weed eater and gradually learned many different skills over the years. While every job had its pluses and minuses, by far the worst job ...

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Off the Record: From Lotus 1-2-3 on

June 2, 2021 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., discusses new technology like USGA Deacon and others that help facilitate management decisions to make golf more affordable and enjoyable. ...

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The biggest mistake in green construction

May 18, 2021 By
In his latest blog, Jim Moore describes issues he encountered with putting green construction during his 33 years with the USGA Green Section. ...

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