Golf Course Management

APR 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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contents April 2013 Volume 81 • Number 4 44 Bee the solution Golf courses frequently come under fire for contributing to the declining honey bee population, but one superintendent believes golf courses could actually help bring them back. Paul Sheppard 56 GCSAA Education Conference and Golf Industry Show highlights GCM staff 70 Goods stuff What have you got when hundreds of exhibitors covering six figures worth of square feet meet in the same place? The Golf Industry Show, of course, where anything and everything from the newest line of fairway mowers to mobile app devices was on display, a happening place that was loaded with the goods. Howard Richman 82 Torrey triumph Charlie Costello makes the most of a second chance and wins his very first GCSAA National Championship. Scott Hollister 106 Certification milestones Penny Mitchell On the Cover Golf courses are becoming an unexpected ally in the effort to boost dwindling bee populations in the United States. As we highlight in this issue of GCM, university research and real-world experiences are revealing that golf courses can support pollinators in both native habitat areas and through maintained hives. Roger Billings, GCM's senior manager, creative services, created this month's cover design.

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