Q&A With Certified Golf Course Superintendent Anthony Williams About the EIFG’s Efforts


As part of its new program, Golf’s Drive Toward Sustainability, the Environmental Institute for Golf (EIFG) has established a coalition to identify, review and establish best management practices (BMPs) that will apply to golf course properties nationwide. The EIFG has formed five working groups-Oversight, Energy Conservation, Pollution Prevention, Water Conservation and Water Quality Protection-to implement […]

New York Times Touts Superintendents as Water Experts

By | August 7, 2009

Water issues facing the golf course management industry have made it to the cover of the New York Times. The front page of the August 6th edition of the Times featured the article, “On the Fairway, New Lessons in Saving Water,” which focused on the water conservation efforts of golf course superintendents in recently drought-stricken […]

Dinelli, Williams and Yanez Among Golf Inc.’s Most Admired Operators

By | June 15, 2009

Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) members Dan Dinelli, Anthony Williams and David Yanez are among Golf Inc. magazine’s newest list of “20 most admired operators.” Dinelli, a GCSAA certified golf course superintendent and regular contributor of Club & Resort Business’ popular “Super to Super” interview feature, is a third-generation superintendent now in his […]