Golf Course Management

DEC 2012

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

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article index 2012 TOPIC headings This index provides a topical overview of GCM's editorial content from January through December 2012. It is divided into three major sections: Feature Articles, The Insider and Research Articles. There are several subcategories in all three sections. Articles are listed under the headings chronologically as they appeared in GCM in the course of the year. Features/Columns Career Development Under review, You and your staff will gain more from performance reviews with a process that focuses on ongoing communication and specific measures for success, Kent R. Davies, March, p. 62. Inspired teams, Consistency and inspiration support employee satisfac- tion for the long haul, Kent R. Davies, June, p. 82. Feature Articles Career Development Construction/Renovation/ Restoration Education Environmental Golf Courses Equipment Final Shot, The Financial Management GCSAA Golf Courses Golf, Game of Irrigation Management/Operations Ornamentals and Tree Management Personality Profiles Pest Control Philanthropy Plugged In Roch Report Seed and Sod Technology Tournament Preparation Turf Care Applications Water Management Weather The Insider Assistants Career Environment Shop Turf Research Articles Cultivar and Species Management Disease Updates Environment and Wildlife Management/Operations Pest Control Plant Science Turf Care Applications Water Management Color these youths green, An innova- tive program in Washington state uses golf courses as outdoor classrooms for local students, David Phipps, October, p. 64. Construction/Renovation/ Restoration Lost art found, A greenkeeping technique described at the turn of the last century makes a comeback in Serbia, Mel Lucas, CGCS Retired, March, p. 74. An inventive solution, A British superintendent spins some out-of-the- box thinking into a new bunker drainage product and, ultimately, a new career, Jeremy Parkman, March, p. 82. Triple threat, Medinah's classic No. 3 course and Curtis Tyrrell, CGCS, MG, take the international stage for this month's Ryder Cup competition, Scott Hollister, September, p. 44. A tale of two courses, Neighboring Hawaiian resorts choose different but successful approaches to the dilemma of whether to close or stay open during major renovations, Mark Leslie, October, p. 56. Education Making the right move, Superinten- dents are embracing IPM as the next logical step to meet new regulations and balance economic and environmental goals, David McPherson, April, p. 44. A sense of pride, A veteran super- intendent offers tips for training the next generation of golf course workers, Matthew Miller, August, p. 66. Color these youths green, An innova- tive program in Washington state uses golf courses as outdoor classrooms for local students, David Phipps, October, p. 64. Environmental Golf Courses Northwest passage, David Phipps, the winner of GCSAA's 2012 President's 94 GCM December 2012 Radio silence, Impending changes to FCC regulations will affect how superintendents communicate with their Award for Environmental Stewardship, has set the bar high in the Pacific Northwest, Bill Newton, February, p. 46. Making the right move, Superinten- dents are embracing IPM as the next logical step to meet new regulations and balance economic and environmental goals, David McPherson, April, p. 44. Color these youths green, An innova- tive program in Washington state uses golf courses as outdoor classrooms for local students, David Phipps, October, p. 64. 2011 ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS IN GOLF AWARDS (February issue) Picture perfect, With camera in hand, a California superintendent documents his environmental masterpiece that helped earn him the No. 1 spot in the Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards contest, Howard Richman, p. 58. • National Public and Overall, Tim Powers, CGCS, Crystal Springs Golf Course, Burlingame, Calif., p. 58. • National Private, Thomas Brodeur, TPC Boston (Mass.), p. 66. • National Resort, Thomas Lively, CGCS, TPC San Antonio (Texas), p. 68. • International, Stephen R. Marsden, Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, p. 68. Equipment

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