Tag: Trinity Forest Golf Club

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Updated daily: Golf industry responds to coronavirus

March 30, 2020 By
Editor’s note: We will continue to update this post as information becomes available. Updated March 30, 2020 NGF conducts first nationwide poll of golf courses and launches new webpage to track coronavirus effects This past week, the National Golf Foundation ...

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Students from Penn State’s winning Turf Bowl team were given various jobs as volunteers at the AT&T Byron Nelson. (Photo: John Deere)

Three Penn State students volunteer at AT&T Byron Nelson

July 9, 2019 By
Thanks to John Deere, three students from the winning Penn State Turf Bowl team were able to take part in keeping Trinity Forest Golf Club tournament-ready, despite rainy conditions at this year’s AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas. Alex Hendler, Ian ...

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Trinity Forest turns to Capillary Concrete to solve landfill drainage problem

July 26, 2018 By
Kasey Kauff, director of grounds at Trinity Forest Golf Club course near downtown Dallas, had a drainage problem. The course – designed and built by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw – is built on an old capped landfill. It was ...

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Photos: Kasey Kauff (1, 2, 4); Seth Jones (3); Andy Johnson (5)

Living off the land(fill): A look at Trinity Forest GC’s origins

June 1, 2018 By
Golf courses developed atop former landfills, once a novelty, today are fairly commonplace, though the construction and subsequent maintenance of these courses is as varied as the trash heaps on which they sit. Public exposure to this genre may never ...

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Trinity Forest GC receives Golf Digest’s 2018 Green Star Environmental Award

April 24, 2018 By
Trinity Forest Golf Club, site of the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson Classic, has been awarded Golf Digest’s Green Start Environmental Award for outstanding environmental practices. The golf course, located just 8 miles south of downtown Dallas, was built on a ...

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Checking in on three supers at the next step in their careers

November 9, 2016 By
After successfully hosting the 2011 PGA Championship together at Atlanta Athletic Club, three young superintendents set out on their own. Guys stuck in assistant superintendent positions for years; young turf grads leaving the industry for other professions; new labor laws ...

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