Golf Course Management

JUN 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 June 2013 Volume 81 • Number 6 42 Seeding is believing Merion GC superintendent Matt Shaffer, allergic to grass in his youth, needed grass more than ever eight years ago. The decision to grow grass helped secure his biggest reward: A U.S. Open. Howard Richman 58 Night moves no more Advances in golf course irrigation have provided golf course superintendents with much more than just a good night's sleep. Stacie Zinn Roberts 70 High stakes A North Carolina country club is attracting members and building revenue with a whole new (old) game. Brian J. Stiehler, CGCS I-1 EIFG 2012 Annual Report G-1 GCSAA 2012 Annual Report On the Cover The 17th hole at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., site of this month's U.S. Open. The photo (©USGA) was taken by John Mummert.

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