Golf Course Management

JUN 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 06.18 INSIGHTS RESEARCH 14 President's Message 16 Inside GCM 18 Front Nine 28 Photo Quiz 58 Through the Green 74 Verdure 76 Product News 78 Industry News 80 Climbing the Ladder 80 On Course 81 Coming Up 82 On the Move 86 New Class A Members 86 New Members 90 In Memoriam 96 Final Shot ETCETERA 06.18 Research update on off-type grasses in ultradwarf bermudagrass putting greens More research is needed to develop effective management practices for off-type bermuda- grasses, which have different morphology but are genetically similar to ultradwarf cultivars. Eric Reasor, Ph.D., and Jim Brosnan, Ph.D. 6 8 Cutting Edge Teresa Carson 7 5 30 Business Lessons from my golf pro Chris Carson Environment Going native in the rough Fred Wilkinson 32 Shop Corrosion control Scott R. Nesbitt 34 2018 revisions to the USGA method for putting green construction The USGA's revised recommendations for putting green construction allow practitioners to work with locally available materials and to make other adjustments to conform to the local environment. Brian Whitlark 6 0

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