Golf Course Management

JUL 2017

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

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8 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 07.17 CONTENTS 07.17 • On the cover: Chariot Run Golf Club superintendent David Beanblossom, who dodged some close calls before finding satisfaction in his second career. Photo by Kim Jones Photography 4 6 Can you hear me now? While the economic and environmental advantages of electric maintenance equipment are particularly appealing, plugging in also fosters safer working conditions, more serene surroundings, and additional benefits. A Tennessee superintendent offers an in-depth look at electrifying one's fleet. Paul L. Carter, CGCS 3 6 Chances of a lifetime David Beanblossom's knack for defying death eventually set him on the unlikely path of becoming a golf course superintendent. Howard Richman 5 4 Laser-focused A Colorado club adopted a high-tech option to ensure precise yardage markers for a nine- hole addition to its course offerings. Nancy Hardwick

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