Golf Course Management

APR 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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12 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 04.14 34 Shop Replacing orphan engines: Part I Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Memo to GCSAA: Welcome to the 'New Washington' Bob Helland Technology When a tweet is worth 1,000 words Bob Vaughey, CGCS Environment Lighting retrofits: Fixing a 'fixed' cost Pamela C. Smith, CGCS INSIGHTS Effects of summer cultivation and fertilization timing on large patch in zoysiagrass Large patch disease in zoysiagrass has become more of a concern as use of the turfgrass has increased on golf courses. Ken Obasa, Ph.D. Jack Fry, Ph.D. Dale Bremer, Ph.D. Rodney St. John, Ph.D. Megan Kennelly, Ph.D. Iron-cemented layers in putting green soils Cemented layers, which inhibit drainage, can occur in putting greens where different textures, such as sand and gravel, meet. Glen R. Obear Douglas J. Soldat, Ph.D. 9 0 RESEARCH 9 6 1 01 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 36 40 38 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 88 Through the green 104 Product news 108 Industry news 114 Climbing the ladder 114 On course 115 Coming up 116 In the field 116 New members 119 Newly certified 119 On the move 123 In memoriam 128 Final shot ETCETERA04.14 32 Turf The more, the merrier Joshua Friell 010-015_April14_TOC.indd 12 3/18/14 3:05 PM

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