Golf Course Management

APR 2019

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

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10 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 04.19 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 14 President's Message 16 From the CEO 18 Front Nine 26 Photo Quiz 86 Verdure 88 What's the Big Idea? 94 Product News 96 Industry News 98 Climbing the Ladder 98 On Course 99 Coming Up 99 On the Move 100 In the Field 103 New Class A Members 104 New Members 106 Newly Certified 107 In Memoriam 112 Final Shot ETCETERA 04.19 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 8 7 Business Homegrown talent Hal Phillips Environment New-look California course already hailed for sustainability Andrew Hartsock Shop AGM: Better batteries Scott R. Nesbitt Establishment of low- maintenance, naturalized grasses and forbs for turf replacement in California and Arizona Superintendents must consider a number of factors, including their location and goals, when selecting naturalized grasses and forbs for turf replacement on golf courses. Maggie Reiter, M.S. Kai Umeda, M.S. Worku Burayu, Ph.D. 7 4 Site-specific management of spring dead spot Using aerial mapping to enable precise applications of treatments for spring dead spot may cut costs and reduce fungicide use over time. Jordan Booth, CGCS, M.S. David McCall, Ph.D. Dana Sullivan, Ph.D. 8 0 9 0 Certification milestones 28 30 32

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