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Tag: Mike Davis


USGA names sustainability initiative for Mike Davis

June 10, 2021 By
The USGA renamed its sustainability initiative the Mike Davis Program for Advancing Golf Course Management in honor of its outgoing CEO. Formerly the Turfgrass Environmental Research Program (TERP), the initiative is the largest private grant program in golf dedicated to ...

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USGA CEO to step down in 2021

September 25, 2020 By
The United States Golf Association (USGA) announced Mike Davis, the current CEO, will leave the organization by the end of 2021 to pursue a lifelong passion for golf course design and construction. Davis, 55, said he will team with accomplished ...

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Photos by: Grant B. Gannon, Seth Jones

Erin Hills earns respect

September 5, 2017 By and
The first U.S. Open in Wisconsin braves severe weather and extreme heat to provide the ultimate test of golf. There wasn’t much drama on Sunday at Erin Hills when it came to who would hoist the 2017 U.S. Open trophy. ...

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USGA overreacting to players complaints? Na.

June 15, 2017 By
Tuesday morning the maintenance crew found themselves in the spotlight when they were sent out to mow down rough mid-morning, while practice rounds were being played. I was standing right there with the crew when they started pull-starting mowers, blowers ...

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USGA brings 2017 Golf Innovation Symposium to Canada

September 12, 2016 By
The United States Golf Association (USGA) will host the 2017 North American Golf Innovation Symposium on March 6-7 in Vancouver, British Columbia, gathering leaders in sustainable facility management and sports research to share knowledge and advance the game. Symposium attendees ...

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Annika one-liners, NGF enthusiasm, Lewis on ’15 US Open: Golfdom Summit highlights

December 8, 2015 By
It seems that both the attendees and the sponsors agreed: the 2015 Summit was the best one ever. ...

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