Golf Course Management

SEP 2018

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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62 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 09.18 J.N. (Trey) Rogers III, Ph.D. Advice for superintendents facing greens renovation Planning ahead and removing the unknowns before greens renovation will ease and speed up a difficult project. Many fine golf courses have not changed much since they were built 50 or more years ago. Renovating putting greens by installing a new, improved creeping bentgrass and adding new drainage systems to ensure the health and quality of the playing surface should improve player satisfaction and, over time, reduce the need for intensive turf management. Photo by Dan Dingman

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