Golf Course Management

APR 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 04.18 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 14 President's Message 16 From the CEO 18 Front Nine 26 Photo Quiz 70 Through the Green 82 Verdure 90 Product News 92 Industry News 94 Climbing the Ladder 94 On Course 95 Coming Up 96 On the Move 101 Newly Certified 101 New Class A Members 101 New Members 106 In Memoriam 112 Final Shot ETCETERA 04.18 Golf facilities: An underutilized resource Golf facilities offer natural areas that can be used for a variety of other purposes to benefit people and the environment. Maria Strandberg Bruno Hedlund 7 6 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 8 3 28 Business A cultured leader Grant Murphy Environment Asbestos exposure: A hidden hazard on your golf course? Pamela C. Smith, CGCS 30 Shop Lubricating O-rings Scott R. Nesbitt 32 The art and science of syringing for turfgrass canopy cooling Does syringing effectively cool plants under heat stress, and are there drawbacks to the practice? Bingru Huang, Ph.D. Stephanie Rossi Patrick Burgess, Ph.D. 7 2 Certification milestones 8 4

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