Golf Course Management

OCT 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 October 2013 Volume 81 • Number 10 42 The forgotten season Fall doesn't get much attention when it comes to landscaping on a golf course. But there are plenty of ways superintendents can add a pop of color to their facilities at this time of year. John C. Fech, Ph.D. 52 Family heirloom For more than four decades, the men of the Nettles family have overseen the care and maintenance of a Texas golf institution. Art Stricklin 62 Building a bridge Firestone CC's assistant superintendent offers her perspective on successfully managing a golf course crew's gender and generational differences. Renee Geyer 72 A turfgrass report card The turf industry and golf course superintendents depend on the National Turfgrass Evaluation Program to grade the performance of new and existing turfgrass cultivars. Jeff Nus, Ph.D. On the Cover The 13th hole on the Gold Course at Dallas Athletic Club, where Clyde and Kevin Nettles have overseen maintenance since 1971. Photo provided courtesy of DAC

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