Golf Course Management

SEP 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 September 2013 Volume 81 • Number 9 42 The night life Even in the 21st century, as automated irrigation systems have become the standard at most golf courses, night watermen still exist. Those who have done it and are doing it now all seem to have a pretty good story to tell. Howard Richman 56 Doubling down Paul B. Latshaw and his team at Muirfield Village prepare for the rare task of hosting their second professional event of the year, the 2013 Presidents Cup. David McPherson 62 On the level A California club digs deep to create a unique new practice area that serves not only its members but also its maintenance department. Zachary Ohsann 68 Just rewards Veteran superintendents share ideas for fun and cost-effective ways to show appreciation for the golf course crew. Mike Scott On the Cover A moonlit golf course serves as the office for the night waterman, an old-school job in golf course management that still has some relevance today.

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