Golf Course Management

MAR 2013

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

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As the sun begins to poke its nose through the early-morning fog that blankets the Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course, the verdant beauty of this 27-hole layout, with its dramatic elevation changes and sweeping mountain views, begins to reveal itself. ���The fog burns off by about 9 a.m., so it���s not really a problem,��� says Glen Olson, the GCSAA Class A superintendent charged with overseeing maintenance of the lush 300-acre property in the heart of Southern California���s wine country. The Temecula Valley, which derives its name from an Indian word meaning ���where the sun shines through the mist,��� has warm, sunny days and cool nights, providing an ideal climate for the growth of both premium wine grapes and the sport of year-round golf.

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