Golf Course Management

MAR 2017

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98 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 03.17 GCM (ISSN 0192-3048 [print]; ISSN 2157-3085 [online]) is published monthly by GCSAA Communications Inc., 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049-3859, 785-841-2240. Subscriptions (all amounts U.S. funds only): $60 a year. Outside the United States and Canada, write for rates. Single copy: $5 for members, $7.50 for nonmembers. Office of publication and editorial office is at GCSAA, 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049-3859. Periodicals postage paid at Lawrence, Kan., and at additional mail- ing offices. POSTMASTER: Please send address changes to: Golf Course Management, 1421 Research Park Drive, Lawrence, KS 66049. CANADA POST: Publications mail agreement No. 40030949. Return undeliverable Canadian addresses to P.O. Box 122, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6S8. NETHERLANDS Arno de Jonge, ISM, Goes Arjen Westeneng, ISM, Axel NORWAY Darle K. Haugnaess, Associate, Oslo Christoffer P. Jonsson, Associate, Oslo Carl G. Newey, EM, Oslo PORTUGAL Joao M. Nunes, ISM, Cascais SOUTH KOREA Byoungsu Kwon, EM, Incheon Tae Seok Yang, ISM, Incheon SPAIN Andres G. Cuquerella, ISM, Jerez de la Frontera Pablo Lasuen, ISM, Sotogrande Daniel J. Rodriguez Lozano, ISM, Pedreña SWEDEN Jennifer Allmark, ISM, Upplands Väsby Anders Backstrom, ISM, Karlstad Par Ohman, ISM, Upplands Väsby Marcus Olsson, ISM, Åkersberga Oskar M. Parneus, ISM, Torshälla SWITZERLAND Richard P. Barnes, ISM, Crans-Montana Dean Brock, ISM, Nyon IN MEMORIAM Kim J. Hocker, CGCS Retired, 62, died Dec. 22, 2016. Mr. Hocker, a 31-year member of GCSAA, oversaw Warren Golf Course and Burke Memorial Golf Course, both of which are part of Notre Dame University and located in South Bend, Ind. He co-authored an article published in the December 2001 issue of GCM entitled "A trout stream runs through it," which described how the construction of Warren GC dovetailed with the restoration of Juday Creek, a spawning tributary for trout and salmon that is part of the course. According to his family, Mr. Hocker loved the game of golf, and indulged his passion for gardening by beautifying his golf courses. Mr. Hocker is survived by his wife, Katherine Hocker; children, Karson C. Hocker and Kristine M. Hocker; and sisters, Marilyn White and Cindy Scharmach. GOLD PARTNERS PLATINUM PARTNERS SILVER PARTNERS

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