Golf Course Management

JUN 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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8 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 6.19 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 12 President's Message 14 Inside GCM 16 Front Nine 24 The Drawing Board 26 Photo Quiz 76 Verdure 77 Cutting Edge 78 What's the Big Idea? 80 Product News 82 Industry News 84 Climbing the Ladder 84 On Course 85 Coming Up 86 On the Move 89 New Class A Members 89 New Members 90 Newly Certified 90 In Memoriam 96 Final Shot ETCETERA06.19 Business Doing vs. leading Jodie Cunningham, SPHR Environment Relocated raptors call courses home Andrew Hartsock Shop Orphan oils Scott R. Nesbitt 28 30 32 Relationships of soil analysis, turf quality and shoot analysis of Kentucky bluegrass under effluent water irrigation on golf courses Yaling Qian, Ph.D. Yuhung Lin 7 3 Combining trinexapac-ethyl with a soil surfactant to reduce bermudagrass irrigation Treating bermudagrass with a tank mix of a surfactant and trinexapac-ethyl was more effective in promoting turf quality under drought conditions than applying the products individually. Matteo Serena, Ph.D. Mino Sportelli, M.S. Elena Sevostianova, Ph.D. Rossana Sallenave, Ph.D. Bernd Leinauer, Ph.D. 6 6 Drought performance and physiological responses of bermudagrass and seashore paspalum David Jespersen, Ph.D. Monique Leclerc, Ph.D. Paul Raymer, Ph.D. 7 2

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