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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12 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 05.14 INSIGHTS Which Kentucky bluegrass cultivars perform better with less water? Twenty-eight Kentucky bluegrass cultivars and two hybrid bluegrasses were tested for their ability to retain visual quality under reduced irrigation. Dale Bremer, Ph.D. Steve Keeley, Ph.D. Jack Fry, Ph.D. Jason Lewis, Ph.D. Tar spot on seashore paspalum in Georgia Tar spot has been identified for the first time on seashore paspalum turfgrass at the University of Georgia. Alfredo Martinez-Espinoza, Ph.D. Omar Martinez-Uribe Dae Kim 7 6 RESEARCH 8 2 8 6 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 16 President's message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front nine 30 Photo quiz 74 Up to speed 88 Verdure 90 Product news 94 Industry news 102 Climbing the ladder 102 On course 103 Coming up 103 New members 104 In the field 105 Newly certified 105 On the move 112 Final shot ETCETERA05.14 32 Turf Turfgrass testing Kevin Morris 34 Shop Replacing orphan engines: Part II Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Supers spend day in D.C. Kaelyn Seymour 36 Environment Party like a green star Bunny Smith 38 Career Do you know why? Carol D. Rau, PHR 40 Water The cost of water business Bunny Smith 42 010-015_May14_TOC.indd 12 4/16/14 2:39 PM

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