Golf Course Management

DEC 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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76 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 12.18 ARTICLE INDEX This index provides a topical overview of GCM's editorial content from January through December 2018. It is divided into four categories — Features/Columns, The Front Nine, The Back Nine and Research — with subcategories in each section. Articles are listed under the subcategories chronologically as they appeared in GCM. CATEGORIES FEATURES/ COLUMNS Career development GCSAA with the assist. The Assistant Superintendent Certificate Series is a valuable tool for those who aspire to become superintendents. Conrad Pannkuk. October, p. 48. Construction/renovation/ restoration The quest for the perfect sand. At the heart of every great bunker is a great bunker sand. Knowing what to look for (and where to look for it) is the key to making the right choice for your golf course. Stacie Zinn Roberts. January, p. 98. Get rid of the trees on your golf course (at least some of them). On golf courses, trees can be a nuisance or an asset. Combining professional assistance from a certified arborist with input from GCSAA 2018 GCSAA EDUCATION CONFERENCE AND GOLF INDUSTRY SHOW, SAN ANTONIO (JANUARY ISSUE) • A slam dunk in San Antonio. The 2018 Golf Industry Show brings the best in golf course management to a city where the five-time NBA champion Spurs have set a high standard of their own. GCM staff. p. 50. • Texas titans highlight opening, closing events. Big Tex — the gigantic and iconic greeter at the annual State Fair of Texas — will have some company next month when it comes to legendary figures in the state. Howard Richman. p. 52. • Going Inside the Ropes. Did you like Inside the Ropes when it debuted last year at the Golf Industry Show? If so, you will be able to nearly double your pleasure this year in San Antonio. Howard Richman. p. 52. • New and noteworthy in GIS education. If variety is indeed the spice, then GCSAA's educational offerings during the 2018 Golf Industry Show will be among the spiciest on San Antonio's menu come February. Megan Hirt. p. 54. • Poking the Nittany Lion. In early February, when college football is over and March Madness is more than a month away, sports fans will still have a chance to cheer for their favorite schools, this time as they compete in GCSAA's Collegiate Turf Bowl at the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio. Teresa Carson. p. 56. • San Antonio's best welcome GCSAA Golf Championships. Like many golf facilities that host significant professional or amateur events, Cordillera Ranch just outside of San stakeholders can help facilities cope with problem trees. John C. Fech. May, p. 34. The art of bunker removal. An Ohio superintendent shares his process for eliminating bunkers — and the resources they require — while maintaining course aesthetics and architectural integrity. Mark Novotny, CGCS. September, p. 54. Environmental golf courses A new sheriff in town. All-organic Vineyard Golf Club fashions a creative succession plan to stay on course. Hal Phillips. January, p. 82. Equipment In with the new. Nearly three decades after the idea was conceived, Toro introduces the Outcross 9060, a machine the company believes is in a category all its own. Howard Richman. February, p. 60. Features/Columns Career development Construction/renovation/ restoration Environmental golf courses Equipment GCSAA Greens Management/operations Networking Pond management Profiles Seed and sod Through the Green Up to Speed Verdure The Front Nine Feature story Advocacy Business Career Environment Shop Turf The Back Nine Climbing the Ladder Final Shot Research Construction/renovation Cultivar and species management Disease updates Environment/wildlife Pest management Plant/soil science Turf care applications

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