Golf Course Management

OCT 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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90 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 10.18 GCM (ISSN 0192-3048 [print]; ISSN 2157-3085 [online]) is published monthly by GCSAA Communications Inc., 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049-3859, 785-841-2240. Subscriptions (all amounts U.S. funds only): $60 a year. Outside the United States and Canada, write for rates. Single copy: $5 for members, $7.50 for nonmembers. Office of publication and editorial office is at GCSAA, 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049-3859. Periodicals postage paid at Lawrence, Kan., and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Please send address changes to: Golf Course Management, 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049. CANADA POST: Publications mail agreement No. 40030949. Return undeliverable Canadian addresses to P.O. Box 122, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6S8. OHIO Zachary C. Koppin, Class C, Dayton Brian J. Schwartz, EM, Cleveland Steve M. Stockelman, Class C, Dayton OKLAHOMA Bryan D. Mosley, Class B, Oklahoma City PENNSYLVANIA Daniel R. Allison, Student, University Park Jeff Altenderfer, EM, Mohnton Nicholas R. Sama, EM, Mohnton SOUTH CAROLINA Matthew P. Bowes, Class C, Travelers Rest Paul D. Ellis II, Class C, Blythewood TEXAS Diego Nava, Associate, Burleson VIRGINIA Christopher L. Filiaggi, Class C, Forest Brian C. Robinson , Class B, Fredericks- burg WISCONSIN Justin W. Prescott, EM, Kenosha Eric R. Strang, Affiliate, Arcadia CANADA Barry M. Taylor, Class C, Richmond Hill, Ontario IN MEMORIAM Dave McIntosh , 71, died July 22, 2018. Mr. McIntosh, a 31-year member of GCSAA, was also a member of the PGA of America, having spent his early years touring as he considered making a career as a professional golfer. Ultimately, he spent several years working with his father and brother at their family courses — Oak Hills Country Club in Palos Park, Ill., and Peach Valley Golf Course in Spartan- burg, S.C. Later, the family owned and operated Indian Run Golf Club in Scotts, Mich. His dream of building a golf course came to fruition when he worked with architect Steve Burns to build Club de Golf Malinalco in Mexico. He also worked as an agronomist for Nicklaus Design, traveling the world as a consultant. One of his favorite projects was The King and The Bear in St. Augustine, Fla., where he worked with Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Later, Mr. McIntosh formed his own company, Turfgrass Consulting Inc. He worked for many well-known golfers, including Ernie Els. He is survived by his wife, Wanda McIntosh; daughter, Tracey (Leonard) Wilcox; son, David (Stacy) Mc- Intosh and their children, Sophie, Landyn, George, and Chandler; daughter, Nicole McIntosh and Craig Saccavino and their children, Paul, David and Griffin; daughter Amy Moore and her children, Mac and Liam; brother, Bill (Diane) McIntosh and their children Kirstie and Bill Jr. Rodolfo Ruiz , 76, died July 9, 2018. Mr. Ruiz, a three-year member of GCSAA, spent more than 45 years as superin- tendent at Westlake Village (Calif.) Golf Course. Mr. Ruiz is survived by his wife of 50 years, Gloria Ruiz; daughter, Maggie; sons, Rodolfo "Rudy Jr." and Jose Edurado "Pepe"; grandchildren, Felicia Amelia, Alyssa Marrie, Marie Pheebe, Aiden Rodolfo, Maddie Elizabeth, Mayson Tadeo; sister, Josefina Ortiz; great-grandchildren, Tye Rayne, Bailey Star and Jayce King; and many nieces and nephews.

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