Golf Course Management

FEB 2016

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

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GCSAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS President JOHN J. O'KEEFE, CGCS Vice President PETER J. GRASS, CGCS Secretary/Treasurer BILL H. MAYNARD, CGCS Immediate Past President KEITH A. IHMS, CGCS Directors RAFAEL BARAJAS, CGCS KEVIN P. BREEN, CGCS DARREN J. DAVIS, CGCS JOHN R. FULLING JR., CGCS MARK F. JORDAN, CGCS Chief Executive Offcer J. RHETT EVANS Chief Operating Offcer J.D. DOCKSTADER GCM STAFF Editor-in-Chief SCOTT HOLLISTER shollister@gcsaa.org Managing Editor MEGAN HIRT mhirt@gcsaa.org Sr. Science Editor TERESA CARSON tcarson@gcsaa.org Associate Editor HOWARD RICHMAN hrichman@gcsaa.org Sr. Manager, Creative Services ROGER BILLINGS rbillings@gcsaa.org Manager, Creative Services KELLY NEIS kneis@gcsaa.org Traffc Coordinator BRETT LEONARD bleonard@gcsaa.org GCSAA This Week/Turf Weekly Editor ANGELA HARTMANN ahartmann@gcsaa.org ADVERTISING 800-472-7878 Director, Corporate Sales MATT BROWN mbrown@gcsaa.org Sr. Manager, Business Development JIM CUMMINS jcummins@gcsaa.org Sr. Manager, International Development ERIC BOEDEKER eboedeker@gcsaa.org Account Development Manager BRETT ILIFF biliff@gcsaa.org Account Managers SHELLY URISH surish@gcsaa.org KARIN CANDRL kcandrl@gcsaa.org GCM MISSION Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superin- tendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success. To that end, GCM provides authoritative "how-to," career-oriented, technical and trend information by industry experts, researchers and golf course superintendents. By advancing the profes - sion and members' careers, the magazine contributes to the enhancement, growth and vitality of the game of golf. The articles, discussions, research and other information in this publication are advisory only and are not intended as a substitute for specifc manufacturer instructions or training for the processes discussed, or in the use, application, storage and handling of the products mentioned. Use of this information is voluntary and within the control and discretion of the reader. ©2016 by GCSAA Com - munications Inc., all rights reserved. J O H P E T B I L L K E I T R A F K E V D A R J O H M A R J . R J . D . S C O s h o M E G m h i T E R t c a r H O W h r i c R O G r b i l l K E L k n e B R E b l e o A N G a h a M A T m b r J I M j c u m E R I C e b o B R E b i l i f S H E s u r i K A R k c a Golf Course Management Magazine Offcial Publication of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America Country Club MD 0-0-24 is the latest product developed for golf course superintendents who want to utilize a high K product with benefcial micronutrients to help maintain their turf 's health and vigor, while also protecting their course with the stress-buffering biostimulants of humic acid and sea plant kelp meal. Turf treated with these MD product biostimulants will outperform untreated turf in overall quality and playability during stressful conditions. • 100% water soluble potassium sulfate (SOP) • 3% Fe, 2% Mg, 1% Mn - micronutrients • Contains MD's "stress-buffering biostimulants" Best of All Worlds® www.LebanonTurf.com 1-800-233-0628

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