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Tag: The Golfdom Files

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The Golfdom Files: A $16K maintenance budget

June 7, 2022 By
Golfdom’s September 1927 issue looks at the tug and pull between superintendents and greens committees when setting maintenance estimates. ...

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The Golfdom Files: Superintendents’ headaches never disappear

April 7, 2017 By
Have you ever just wanted to vent to someone else? In the February 1963 edition of Golfdom, the editors allowed three superintendents, Ray Gerber of Glen Oak GC, Glen Ellyn, Ill., James A. Reid of the Suburban Club in Pikesville, ...

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The Golfdom Files: Unlimited budget

December 12, 2016 By
In the October 1958 edition of Golfdom, superintendents were asked to dream the impossible dream. What would they do, they were asked, with an unlimited budget? An unidentified greens chairman had recently attended a superintendent meeting and posed the same ...

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The Golfdom Files: Converting to the metric system

May 16, 2016 By
In the June 2015 Golfdom, Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., highlighted a trip he took to Egypt and described golf course maintenance in that country. While there, he noted that some local superintendents use the English metric system, learned from U.S. superintendents ...

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Help wanted: Looking for the one percent

July 27, 2015 By
Alright friends, it’s time to start checking through your office, home or anywhere else you keep old issues of Golfdom. Thanks to the help from our friends at Michigan State University’s Turfgrass Information Center (TIC) we have been able to bring ...

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The Golfdom Files Extended: Golf business in Japan: taking lessons from U.S.?

June 8, 2015 By
From the April edition of The Golfdom Files: A former golf pro and manufacturer focuses on the growth of golf in Japan. ...

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