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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8 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 07.19 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 12 President's Message 14 From the CEO 16 Front Nine 24 Photo Quiz 66 Up to Speed 76 Verdure 77 Cutting Edge 78 Product News 80 Industry News 82 Climbing the Ladder 82 On Course 83 Coming Up 84 In the Field 85 On the Move 88 New Class A Members 88 New Members 89 In Memoriam 96 Final Shot ETCETERA07.19 Turf Keeping it cool Teresa Carson Advocacy Clarifying two issues impacting golf course management Michael Lee Career Play politics and win your next job interview (not that kind of politics!) Carol D. Rau, PHR 26 28 30 Cuphea oil chemical repels pests Jan Suszkiw 7 3 Effects of nitrogen rate and simulated golf cart traffic on Cody buffalograss roughs With proper maintenance, buffalograss can provide high-quality roughs and other low-input areas on golf courses. Evan J. Alderman, M.S. Jared A. Hoyle, Ph.D. Jacob A. Reeves, M.S. Ross C. Braun, Ph.D. 6 8 Mosquitoes show high resistance to common insecticide Sandra Avant 7 2 Honeysuckle's sweet scent not so kind to mosquitoes Jan Suszkiw 7 5

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