Golf Course Management

FEB 2014

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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Women's Championship, Sentosa Golf Club (The Serapong Course), Singapore. Feb. 27-March 2 — European Tour, Tshwane Open, Copperleaf Golf & Coun - try Estate, Centurion, South Africa. Feb. 28-March 3 — Web.com Tour, Colombia Championship, Bogota Country Club, Bogota, Colombia. COMING UP Feb. 3-6 — GCSAA Golf Industry Show and Education Conference, Or - ange County Convention Center, Orlando Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org Feb. 19 — GCSAA Webcast: Update on Fairy Ring Control, Mike Fidanza, Ph.D. Contact: GCSAA Education Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org/education/ webcasts.aspx Feb. 19 — Spray/Irrigation Techni- cians Seminar, Cateechee Golf Club, Hartwell, Ga. Phone: 706-376-3585 Website: www.ggcsa.com Feb. 25 — GCSAA Webcast: Re- search and Real World Applications for Using Crumb Rubber on Golf Courses with Tom Vanini, Ph.D. Contact: GCSAA Education Phone: 800-472-7878 Website: www.gcsaa.org/education/ webcasts.aspx Feb. 25-27 — Western Pennsylva- nia Turfgrass Conference, Four Points Sheraton North, Mars, Pa. Contact: info@paturf.org Website: http://paturf.org/events/view/12 Phone: 814-237-0767 March 13-17 — USGA/GCSANC Regional Conference, Diablo (Calif.) Country Club Phone: 559-298-6262 Email: californiagcsa@aol.com Website: www.californiagcsa.org March 25 — USGA Golf Summit of Oregon, Waverley Country Club, Portland Phone: 877-375-1330 Website: www.ogcsa.org To learn if you can receive education points for any of these upcoming programs, visit the External Education Listings in the education section at www.gcsaa.org/ education/externaled/current.aspx. We want to know about your event in advance. To submit an entry for "Coming up," please send your information fve to six months before you'd like to see it in the mag - azine. We run event information for three months. Send a contact name if all details are not fnal. Contact hrichman@gcsaa.org. NEW MEMBERS ALABAMA Brian J. Berberet, Class C, Shoal Creek ARIZONA Joshua N. Linn, Student, Tucson Michael W. Melka, Student, Phoenix ARKANSAS Warren A. Gullette, Student, Fayetteville Josh D. Jackson, Supt. Mbr., Horseshoe Bend Megan E. McMahen, Student, Fayetteville CALIFORNIA Daniel L. Carroll, Affliate, Livermore Nick Hoisington, Class C, Los Angeles Joseph M. Valente, Class C, Truckee CONNECTICUT Andrew Gale, Student, Storrs Alex L. Kaczmarek, Student, Storrs George M. Pieper, Student, Storrs Cody Seaman, Student, Storrs FLORIDA Ray Farrara, Associate, Sanibel Jeffrey Glase, Affliate, Bonita Springs Bruce Goorsky, Associate, Fort Myers Rob T. Halleran, Class C, Fort Lauderdale Omar E. Joya, Class C, Fort Myers J.B. Marty, Class C, Naples Anthony J. Pozzi, Student, Lake City Ian J. Reynolds, Class C, Estero Matthew S. Rogers, Class C, Sanibel Nolan Smith, Class C, Parkland GEORGIA Rebecca Grubbs, Student, Athens Mack Oliver, Class C, Vidalia P e n n Stat e | O n l i n e 14-0145/14-WC-0218bkh/sss Whatever your career goals, the World Campus has a turfgrass program to set you apart from the rest: Master of Professional Studies in Turfgrass Science Bachelor of Science in Turfgrass Science Associate in Science in Turfgrass Science and Management Advanced Certicate in Turfgrass Management Basic Certicate in Turfgrass Management Stay on the job while you earn your degree or certifcate. Flexible, convenient, entirely online The Industry is changing. Education is more important than ever. For more information, visit www.worldcampus.psu.edu/GCM 114-123_Feb14_Departments.indd 117 1/17/14 11:50 AM

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