Golf Course Management

DEC 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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article index 2013 Rich Gagnon, GCSAA Class A superintendent, Segregansett Country Club, Taunton, Mass., August, p. 104. • Joe Sudol, assistant superintendent, Ballyowen Golf Course, Hardyston, N.J., September, p. 112. Tom Niebling, GCSAA Class A superintendent, Columbia Golf and Country Club, Claverack, N.Y., October, p. 120. Zach Bauer, superintendent, The Broadmoor Resort, Colorado Springs, Colo., November, p. 112. Scott Schurman, superintendent, Kearney (Neb.) Country Club, December, p. 120. GCSAA ANNUAL REPORTS • Environmental Institute for Golf 2012 Annual Report, June, p. I-1. • GCSAA 2012 Annual Report, June, p. G-1. 2013 GCSAA EDUCATION CONFERENCE AND GOLF INDUSTRY SHOW/SAN DIEGO (January issue) • New and improved, Customer feedback drives schedule changes for 2013 GCSAA Education Conference and Golf Industry Show, Scott Hollister, p. 56. • Western wonderland, Known for its beaches, sensational climate and Shamu the killer whale, San Diego truly is a place to die for, at least when you ask these three golf course superintendents, who provide insight into this town they love, Howard Richman, p. 58. • San Diego: Our Top 10, So, you have some free time in San Diego but have no idea where to start? Well, here is a mini guide to some of the top attractions in town, popular spots that just might suit your fancy, Howard Richman, p. 62. • Honor bound, Compassion and leadership are themes for the special events that will accent GIS week, Bunny Smith, p. 66. • Timeless education, Superintendents prove that education is a lifelong process, Teresa Carson, p. 70. • Celebrating certifcation, allin-the-family style, Two GCSAA • • • members, two generations, one commitment, Bunny Smith, p. 74. Room with the views, For the newest products the industry has to offer, look no farther than the 2013 Golf Industry Show, Howard Richman, p. 76. Meet the exhibitors, p. 88. Trade show map, p. 98. Meet the candidates, p. 100. A fnished product, The fnal survey of the Golf Course Environmental Profle gives superintendents a more complete picture of where they stand now and what they should strive for in the future, Teresa Carson, January, p. 114. Practical magic, Matt Ceplo, CGCS, the winner of GCSAA's 2013 President's Award for Environmental Stewardship, keeps an eye on the bottom line — in both dollars and green sense — at Rockland Country Club, Bunny Smith, February, p. 60. The Fab Four, Four giants in the golf course management industry — Frank Lamphier; Ken Mangum, CGCS; Dennis Lyon, CGCS; and Roch Gaussoin, Ph.D. — all have this in common: GCSAA's Col. John Morley Distinguished Service Award for 2013, Howard Richman, February, p. 72. Membership milestones, GCSAA salutes its veteran members for their dedication to the superintendent profession and for their many years of membership in the association, February, p. 102. Pat answers, GCSAA's new president, Patrick R. Finlen, CGCS, has a business degree, oversees one of the most historic golf courses on earth, and makes a mean salsa. At a time in the industry when solutions are needed, those who have faith in him are convinced he can help provide answers, Howard Richman, March, p. 44. 2013 GCSAA EDUCATION CONFERENCE AND GOLF INDUSTRY SHOW/SAN DIEGO (April issue) • Satisfaction guaranteed, The fnal numbers from the 2013 GCSAA Education Conference and Golf Industry Show add up to a great experience for attendees in San Diego, GCM staff, p. 56. • Goods stuff, What have you got when hundreds of exhibitors covering six fgures 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, p. 70. • Torrey triumph, Charlie Costello makes the most of a second chance and wins his very frst GCSAA National Championship, Scott Hollister, p. 82. Certifcation milestones, GCSAA recognizes newly certifed members and those who have maintained that status over the years, Penny Mitchell, April, p. 106. Local knowledge, Looking for inside information on the courses hosting the 2014 GCSAA Golf Championships? Just turn to the golf course management professionals who know these venues the best, Scott Hollister, November, p. 62. Driving ambition, Annika Sorenstam may be one of the greatest golfers in history, but GCSAA's 2014 Old Tom Morris Award recipient is proving she's also got plenty of game outside the ropes, Howard Richman, December, p. 42. support a Tacoma, Wash., golf course dedicated to military veterans, Stacie Zinn Roberts, January, p. 44. When green is brown … and everything else is going down, down and down, A retired superintendent answers a cry for help from his old hometown course, Thomas K. Lavrenz, February, p. 82. Pat answers, GCSAA's new president, Patrick R. Finlen, CGCS, has a business degree, oversees one of the most historic golf courses on earth, and makes a mean salsa. At a time in the industry when solutions are needed, those who have faith in him are convinced he can help provide answers, Howard Richman, March, p. 44. Triple threat, A Southern California golf course confronts fog, fre and fungal diseases, Barbara McCabe, March, p. 60. Local knowledge, Looking for inside information on the courses hosting the 2014 GCSAA Golf Championships? Just turn to the golf course management professionals who know these venues the best, Scott Hollister, November, p. 62. Golf, Game of Golf Courses Torrey triumph, Charlie Costello makes the most of a second chance and wins his very frst GCSAA National Championship, Scott Hollister, April, p. 82. A place to heal, The golf course management industry lines up to Driving ambition, Annika Sorenstam may be one of the greatest golfers in December 2013 GCM 95

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