Golf Course Management

MAY 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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SILVER PARTNERS SILVER PARTNER Partner Recognition Program LebanonTurf is an innovative and progressive manufacturer of both granular fertilizer products as well as the pioneer in the emerging feld of biological plant nutrition. With more than 60 years of experience, LebanonTurf brings the most advanced research and technology to the development of practical and innovative fertilizer and grass seed solutions for the turf and landscape maintenance industry. Country Club MD, LebanonTurf's newest innovative golf course fertilizer, is redefning how a superintendent manages their putting greens. In addition to providing premium nutrients for the turf plants, Country Club MD also delivers stress-buffering biostimulants that help prepare greens for the inevitable stressful conditions that occur in every growing season. This unique combination affords superintendents the opportunity to have their greens maintain their optimum performance longer into stressful conditions and recover faster once growing conditions return to normal. The Lebanon, Pa. base company is a longtime supporter of the GCSAA and its philanthropic organization, The Environmental Institute for Golf. LebanonTurf's Dog Days of Golf Calendar Contest LebanonTurf has been supporting golf course superintendents and their chapters through the Dog Days of Golf Calendar for more than a decade. This year, submissions will be open from May 1, 2014 until August 1, 2014. From the submissions, 14 dogs will be selected for the 2015 Dog Days of Golf Calendar. Owners of the selected dogs will be notifed in September, and the calendar will be distributed along with the November issue of GCM magazine. Then, at the Golf Industry Show in February, LebanonTurf will hold voting for the 11th Annual Dog of the Year contest in their booth, with the winner being announced in the April issue of GCM. In recognition of the most handsome hound, LebanonTurf will donate a $3,000 prize for your GCSAA affliated chapter and a $500 prize for you. A donation to a charitable cause will also be made in honor of the winner. 100-109_May14_Departments.indd 109 4/16/14 2:56 PM

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