Golf Course Management

JUN 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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12 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 06.16 INSIGHTS Applicator and Primo effects on the persistence of painted water hazard and boundary lines Using bulk paint combined with Primo to mark hazards and boundary lines may have some advantages for superintendents. Jack D. Fry, Ph.D. Jason K. Kruse, Ph.D. 8 0 RESEARCH Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 9 3 16 President's Message 18 Inside GCM 20 Front Nine 32 Photo Quiz 78 Through the Green 92 Verdure 94 Product News 96 Industry News 102 Climbing the Ladder 102 On Course 103 Coming Up 104 In the Field 104 On the Move 107 Newly Certified 107 New Class A Members 108 New Members 110 In Memoriam 112 Final Shot ETCETERA06.16 36 Shop A pest-proof shop Scott R. Nesbitt Advocacy Updates: Water, pesticide issues Chava McKeel Technology Stepping up to Google Earth Pro Bob Vaughey, CGCS Environment Banishing bugs with bats Megan Hirt 38 42 40 34 Turf A new(ish) pest in the Northwest Teresa Carson Redox potential and black layer By understanding black layer and its causes and employing appropriate cultural practices, superintendents can reduce the potential for its occurrence. William L. Berndt, Ph.D. 8 6

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