Target Specialty Products announces part 3 of Turf Fuel MasterClass webinar

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Target Specialty Products announced part three of the Turf Fuel MasterClass, a Business Growth Webinar Series.

“This type of turf talk is a favorite pastime among turf heads at networking events. This is a great chance to have that engaging discussion with some of the most intriguing leaders in our industry,” said Mark Jull, head of the turf fuel division. “We hope that their wisdom will offer our webinar attendees inspiration. We are grateful to those in this industry that are willing to share their knowledge on this platform for the betterment of all.”

Target Specialty Products is bringing together thought-leaders of the golf management industry to discuss and debate trends, challenges and insight in the industry. The shared and opposing opinions of the panelists will be thought provoking and will challenge common knowledge. Click here to register for the webinar.

“We are excited to continue to expand our Turf Fuel MasterClass Business Growth Webinar Series and our webinar on Dec. 5 is the third installment of the Turf Fuel series,” said David Helt, president of Target Specialty Products. “We continue to receive extremely positive feedback from our customers about the training and information that we provide in our new webinar initiative.”

James Beebe is currently the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association Superintendent of the Year. Beebe has been the golf course manager at Priddis Greens Golf and Country Club, a 36-hole club near Calgary, Canada, for 26 years. Beebe has hosted three Canadian Women’s Open Championships, completely renovated the golf course and mentored numerous turf professionals who are accomplished superintendents now.

Michael Morris has been the superintendent at Crystal Downs in Frankfort, Mich., since 1987. Originally a scholar in writing and literature, Morris not only manages his golf course but also has taught for the GCSAA and assists the industry and universities with research. He has a passion for improving management science for golf courses.

John Reilly has been the director of agronomy at The Resort at Longboat Key Club since 2009. He has experience building and managing premier golf facilities in Florida, Pennsylvania and D.C. Reilly has conducted a 45-hole restoration of Longboat Key Club while introducing Platinum TE Paspalum to the 187-acre facility.

Sean Reehoorn is the golf course superintendent at Aldarra Golf Club in Sammamish, Wash., since Jan. 2015. A 2004 graduate of Michigan State University, Reehoorn has worked at golf courses in Idaho, New Jersey and Washington. He also serves on the National Education Committee for GCSAA. Sean was born and raised in Burlington, Wash.

Look for future Turf Fuel Master Class Business Growth initiative offerings in the future from Target Specialty Products. Click here to be added to the mailing list and notified of future educational opportunities.

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