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Tim Busek’s Journey from the School of Hard Knocks to Superintendent of The Manor...

Tim Busek (above right) often teams up with The Manor G&CC’s Head Golf Professional, Chris Marotto, to add extra flair to club events, such...

Natural Reactions

While maintaining native areas on their golf courses might be second nature to many superintendents, it is anything but effortless. Anyone can live by the...

Transformative Turf at Trinity Forest Golf Club

A signature zoysia grass and an inspired golf and grounds staff have come together at Trinity Forest Golf Club to convert a landfill in...

The Love Connections with Creekmoor Golf Club’s Tim Nielsen

After a sister’s boyfriend first got him interested in being a superintendent, and his dentist’s brother’s wife helped him land his first internship, Tim...

A Course of Action

Golf course superintendents can rely on their experience and expertise, coupled with the know-how of others in the industry, to lead successful implementation of...

High Water Marks

While irrigation inputs are weather-dependent, golf course superintendents have a number of tools at their disposal to keep their systems running smoothly and their...

As Fate Would Have It

A minor traffic ticket that stymied his "career" at UPS started Steve Kealy down a new path that led to distinguished lifetime achievements at...

Getting in Line

Asking golfers to make divots in a linear pattern while using the driving range at Farmington Country Club has reduced the amount of time...

Letting Nature Take the Course

After earning certification as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, Paradise Valley Country Club now holds an annual Audubon Day event to educate members and...

Cutting a Wide Swath

While mowing is the most routine of golf-maintenance practices, superintendents need to remain ever-diligent and open to new approaches that can help to improve productivity for the task, while also enhancing the look and playability of their courses.

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