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Tag: USGA Green Section

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USGA joins United Nations Sports for Climate Action Initiative

May 11, 2020 By
As part of its mission to champion and advance the game of golf and to actively engage in the sustainability effort across the sports landscape, the United States Golf Association (USGA) has joined more than 100 organizations in becoming a ...

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Talking golf’s future, challenges with Jim Moore

May 16, 2016 By
Jim Moore is director of education for the USGA Green Section. He began his career in the golf industry as a superintendent and has worked with the USGA for more than 30 years. Jim is retiring June 1, 2016, and ...

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These guys are good: Research community critical to the golf industry

February 18, 2016 By
If you live in the north and are anything like me, you’ve pretty much had enough of winter within a few weeks of it starting. The weather is awful, you end up spending way too much time inside, and if ...

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A call to duty: USGA Green Section a blessing for the golf industry

November 13, 2015 By
In 1920, Inverness Country Club, Toledo, Ohio, played host to the U.S. Open. At the time, the greens chairman complained about — or maybe brought to light — the lack of an impartial source of agronomic information for maintaining a ...

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Discussing bunker liners with USGA Green Section’s Jim Moore

November 13, 2015 By
Jim Moore is director of education for the USGA Green Section. He has more than 30 years of experience in golf course maintenance and construction, and during his career with the USGA he has visited hundreds of golf courses in ...

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A call to duty

November 6, 2015 By
In 1920, Inverness Country Club, Toledo, Ohio, played host to the U.S. Open. At the time, the greens chairman complained about — or maybe brought to light — the lack of an impartial source of agronomic information for maintaining a ...

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