Golf Course Management

JUL 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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07.19 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 79 essential for life. RemediPro has selected bacterial consortium and has been scientifically proven to enhance the reduction of total suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand and chemical oxygen demand. Visit RemediPro, industrial-commercial-environmental/remedipro. Advanced Turf Solutions is now an exclusive partner of The Hayden Group Inc., an Arkansas-based company that manufactures Premier Golf Course Sand. Customers of Advanced Turf located in Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and eastern Kansas will now be able to purchase Premier White and Premier Play bunker sand. The Hayden Group's bunker sands have been designed to meet the highest level of industry standards while also addressing common issues faced by golf course superintendents, such as drainage problems, playability and ease of maintenance. Premier White is a bright white golf course sand consisting of manufac- tured, crush quartz. This Tour Play-preferred variety has a clean and consistent finish, a good infiltration rate and a high penetrometer rating. Premier Play, a hybrid blend of manufactured material with natural grain, is ideal for remodeling a golf course and also has a good infiltration rate and a good penetrometer rating. Visit Advanced Turf Solutions, Nufarm Americas announced the approval of Cheetah Pro nonselec- tive herbicide in 42 states, including the most recent additions of Indiana, Maine, Rhode Island and Hawaii. Cheetah Pro provides fast and effective control of grass, sedge and broadleaf weeds in a variety of golf, turf and land- scape settings. This new offering reflects Nufarm's commitment to providing U.S. turf and ornamental professionals with solutions that meet rising challenges, including resistance. Cheetah Pro offers post-emergence control on the toughest weed and grass chal- lenges, including those resistant to glyphosate and other herbicide classes. Its novel mode of action works quickly to control undesirable plant vegetation around ornamental trees, shrubs and potted plants, as well as landscape trim and natu- ral areas. Cheetah Pro displays less movement in grasses, which can help turf managers create sharp boundary markers that are particularly helpful for golf and sports fields and precise trimming around ornamental beds. Cheetah Pro also has minimal soil residual, which makes it an effective option for pre-plant weed control in turf and ornamentals. When applied to dormant bermudagrass or bahiagrass, Cheetah Pro will provide control of many winter annual weeds, including annual bluegrass. Visit Nufarm Americas, www. With more than 32,000 acres of turfgrass seed in production in Washington, grass is big business in the Evergreen State. To highlight the value of Washington state's turfgrass seed industry, the seven-member board of directors of the Washington Turf- grass Seed Commission launched a new website at The website provides information about turfgrass seed grown in the state and explains how an assessment on production funds commission advocacy and activities. A search- able database serves as an archive for research studies funded by the commission on turfgrass seed production, weed control, disease suppression and genetics. Golf Digest released its fourth annual Editor's Choice Awards and for the third year in a row named Yamaha's Drive2 QuieTech EFI car the "Best Gas-Powered Golf Car." The Golf Digest Editor's Choice Awards annually mark the best of the best in the industry for everything from courses to clubs and club transportation. Yamaha has dominated the gas-powered golf car category for three out of four years this awards program has been published. "The first year we won, we were wowed. The second time, we were pleasantly surprised. This being our third year winning truly solidifies the fact that we are setting the industry standard," says Tom McDonald, president of Yamaha Golf-Car Co.

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