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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10 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 05.14 4 6 5 4 6 2 6 8 Aftermath Nearly four years ago, Imprelis surfaced as a broadleaf weed control option that some say was as good as it gets. The product, though, created serious, long-lasting issues that still are being resolved. Howard Richman 2014 Seed update Teresa Carson Sometimes, the problem is you A Canadian superintendent applies his study of bias in decision-making to golf course management. David J. Kuypers The right stuff The best approach to landscaping and planting ornamentals can be as easy as selecting the right plant for the right place. John C. Fech, Ph.D. On the Cover: GCM's annual update on the newest seed varieties available to golf course superintendents might seem a little lighter than usual in 2014 — just 17 new varieties this year. But as industry experts explain, this isn't necessarily a trend. Instead, it's more a product of the cyclical nature of the business. This month's cover design is by GCSAA's Roger Billings, senior manager, creative services. 010-015_May14_TOC.indd 10 4/17/14 1:59 PM

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