Golf Course Management

JAN 2018

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

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10 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 01.18 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 14 President's Message 16 From the CEO 18 Front Nine 26 Photo Quiz 104 Up to Speed 122 Verdure 136 Product News 138 Industry News 140 Climbing the Ladder 140 On Course 140 Coming Up 142 In the Field 142 On the Move 145 Newly Certified 145 New Class A Members 146 New Members 148 In Memoriam 158 Final Shot ETCETERA 01.18 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 1 23 28 Turf The microbiome of the National Mall Teresa Carson Advocacy Plans, priorities for the year ahead GCSAA's government affairs team 30 Career The phone interview: Tips to prepare and succeed Carol D. Rau, PHR 32 Effects of creeping bentgrass seeding rates and traffic on putting green establishment A conservative seeding rate can result in cost-effective and speedy green establishment. Thomas O. Green Eric C. Chestnut, M.S. John N. Rogers III, Ph.D. James R. Crum, Ph.D. 1 06 Using PGRs in golf course roughs Using PGRs to reduce rough height and mowing costs can save time and money for the golf course maintenance team. Philip Brown, M.S. Don Garrett, CGCS Bert McCarty, Ph.D. 1 14

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