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Eventually, the main lawn of Capitol Hill will include a mix of bluegrass and bermudagrass. (Photo: USGA)

Capitol Hill lawn gets a facelift

September 7, 2021 By
Thanks to work by USGA agronomists, Capitol Hill's main lawn, The Pond Lawn is putting its best foot forward with new turf. ...

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Off the Record: Water scarcity in the West drives need for good golf course management

September 7, 2021 By
Western water shortages bring more attention to golf courses, making it critical to use best practices to maximize conservation. ...

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USGA’s Brian Whitlark discusses the U.S. Open’s return to Torrey Pines

June 21, 2021 By
[SPONSORED CONTENT] USGA’s Agronomist for the West Region, Brian Whitlark discusses what it feels like to be back at Torrey Pines after it hosted one of the most memorable U.S. Open tournaments in 2008. This video is sponsored by Corteva. ...

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USGA names sustainability initiative for Mike Davis

June 10, 2021 By
The USGA renamed its sustainability initiative the Mike Davis Program for Advancing Golf Course Management in honor of its outgoing CEO. Formerly the Turfgrass Environmental Research Program (TERP), the initiative is the largest private grant program in golf dedicated to ...

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Off the Record: From Lotus 1-2-3 on

June 2, 2021 By
Mike Kenna, Ph.D., discusses new technology like USGA Deacon and others that help facilitate management decisions to make golf more affordable and enjoyable. ...

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I Got This Foundation receives grant from USGA and National Alliance for Accessible Golf

April 23, 2021 By
The United States Golf Association (USGA) and the National Alliance for Accessible Golf (National Alliance) have provided a $12,500 grant to the I Got This Foundation. The organization was founded by Amy Bockerstette in 2019 to promote golf instruction and playing ...

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