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Tag: The Turf Doc

The Turf Doc: Returning to the open road

June 6, 2020 By
After surviving COVID-19, Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., describes the joy of driving his 1969 Pontiac Firebird and encourages people to social distance. ...

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Beware of the fog

April 2, 2020 By
While reading or watching a video, words like dazed, hazed, confused, perplexed, trance or stupor occasionally describe someone or a situation. These descriptive words are synonyms of being “in a fog.” In literature, fog represents approaching gloom, death or isolation. ...

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Stop letting time pass you by

February 7, 2020 By
Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., describes a recent excursion of putt-putt with his family over the holidays and relates it to how golf expectations are changing. ...

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The advantages of the library over Google

December 23, 2019 By
Per my doctor’s orders, I take a walk each day across campus. My walk takes me by Ohio Stadium, the physics building, the Ohio Union and through Thompson Library, the main library at The Ohio State University. Thompson Library is ...

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7Up and the early buying season

November 7, 2019 By
When I was sick growing up, my mom would make me drink 7Up. She thought it had medicinal properties and would take care of my ills. 7Up, which I now find at my grocery store on the bottom shelf of ...

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Analyzing different types of bunker sands

September 17, 2019 By
As a preteen, our family vacations consisted of arduous cross-country trips in a 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air station wagon. Our vacations originated in Illinois and spread to destinations in the West and Southeast. At the time, one of my hobbies ...

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