Golf Course Management

MAY 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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8 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 05.18 CONTENTS 05.18 4 6 2018 Seed Update Teresa Carson 3 4 Get rid of the trees on your golf course (at least some of them) On golf courses, trees can be a nuisance or an asset. Combining professional assistance from a certified arborist with input from stakeholders can help facilities cope with problem trees. John C. Fech 5 2 Fuel your passion Passion, when properly wielded, can help superintendents overcome obstacles, inspire their team, and turn out a top-notch golf course. Jorge Croda, CGCS On the cover: Golf course photographer Paul Severn ( ) captured this image of a tree project on a golf course, which serves as a perfect illustration of this month's cover story by John C. Fech on navigating the tricky topic of tree removal.

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