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USGA Green Section launches COVID-19 Resource Center

By |  April 1, 2020 0 Comments

The USGA Green Section has launched a COVID-19 resource center due to the spread of COVID-19 having a tremendous impact on golf courses across the country.

Courses are taking unique approaches to course setup and presentation to minimize the risk of spreading the virus, operating with limited staff and facing resource impacts that are likely to get worse, and the USGA Green Section would like to help all golf facilities manage the agronomic, labor and budgetary challenges caused by the virus.

In addition to encouraging course superintendents, managers and owners to utilize the content on this resource page, the USGA Green Section invites you to contact one of its USGA regional agronomists. They can offer customized advice and guidance for your course as the industry navigates these uncharted waters together.

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