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Tag: Texas

Twin Creeks Country Club near Austin survived February's deep freeze with no turf loss, despite 170 hours spent below freezing. (Photo: Stephen Karsh)

February Texas deep freeze might be suppressing bugs this summer

August 6, 2021 By
The silver lining to Texas' massive February freeze? Fewer bugs for the summer. ...

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Whispering Pines Golf Club named best course in Texas for 12th time

June 7, 2021 By
In May, both The Dallas Morning News and Golfweek named Whispering Pines Golf Club the best golf course in Texas in the annual rankings. Additionally, the course was also recognized as the No. 19 modern course in America and the No. 55 ...

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Jeff Smelser, CGCS (Photo: Michael Rayman, CGCS)

19th Hole: Jeff Smelser

April 27, 2021 By
Golfdom's Seth Jones chats with Jeff Smelser, CGCS of Galveston (CC) country club about his craziest course experience, the best food in Galveston and more. ...

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PBI-Gordon Extends End-User EOP for Hurricane-Affected Areas

October 19, 2017 By
PBI-Gordon Corp. is extending the company’s October End-User Early Order Program (EOP) deadline for hurricane-affected states in the south and southeast, the company says in a press release. To give them more time to focus on recovery efforts, PBI-Gordon customers ...

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Saturday morning at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational

May 28, 2016 By
I’m here at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas. Yeah, the name takes some getting used to, but it’s still the same great course, same great crew: Colonial CC, AKA Hogan’s Alley, led by Scott Ebers, CGCS and ...

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Quali-Pro to expand Texas headquarters

November 5, 2013 By
Control Solutions Inc. (CSI), parent company of Quali-Pro, is expanding its formulating, warehousing and distributing capabilities at its 14-acre campus in Pasadena, Texas. The expansion involves a $5.5 million investment to construct and equip a 120,000-sq.-ft. facility earmarked primarily for ...

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