Friday, August 28, 2015

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So close, yet so far

GCI's Guy Cipriano analyzes a recent National Golf Foundation report and describes the challenges the industry faces reaching millennials, a generation responsible for the industry’s long-term health. More

High and sometimes dry

By Guy Cipriano

A prolonged drought in Colorado is over, but water still dominates the conversation in the land of mile-high golf courses. More

High hopes for low inputs

By Guy Cipriano

Mountain View Seeds field day at Rutgers University highlights efforts to bring low-input turfgrass varieties and blends into the marketplace. More

Golf in Southeast Asia

GCI's globetrotting senior correspondent Bruce Williams files a dispatch from his recent trips to the Philippines and Vietnam. More

Golf course irrigation in 10-15 years

As a supplement to our July Water Issue, we asked some industry insiders to offer their prodictions on what irrigation and course water issue might look like in the not so distant future. In this installment, Rain Bird's Paul Roche believes it all comes down to smart management practices. More

Product Spotlight

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Latest News

Lawn & Golf Supply Company becomes an employee owned business

Pennsylvania-based company is a Jacobsen dealer for three-state region. More

Dow AgroSciences adds support to T&O business

Former superintendent Chris Moyer named marketing communications manager. More

ASGCA member Greg Nash dies

Arizona-based architect designed numerous desert courses. More

Carlin Horticultural Supplies joins PrimeraTurf

Milwaukee-based distributor has served Upper Midwest since 1972. More

Honours Golf selected to manage Louisiana private club

Company will provide club management and agronomic services for Calvert Crossing. More

Aquatrols partners with Bayer Environmental Science in Australia

Deal will expand research designed to provide solutions for turf managers. More

Club Car launches sales event

Offers on purchased and leased Carryall vehicles expire Dec. 31, 2015. More

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Be prepared

When severe weather hits, it's important to have the right tools available to clean up. Kris Kiser, CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, covers their new preparation checklist for power equipment to be ready before rain even starts falling. More