Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Guest Column: Did Chambers Bay rise to the challenge?

e SmyASGCA President Stevers examines this question and the role of distinctive courses for a most unique game. 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

Editor's Notebook: Golf in Southeast Asia

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

University of Georgia establishes turfgrass breeding endowment

Multiple companies make contributions to effort started by Wayne Hanna and his wife. More

Rock solid

GCI’s Guy Cipriano reveals details about a new Pete Dye project in Southwestern Pennsylvania and explains why the 89-year-old architect is still attracting repeat business. More

Product Spotlight

Phoenix Symmetry NXG - Algaecide

SYMMETRY NXG  is an algaecide for use in fresh water lakes, potable water reservoirs, quiescent bodies of water, ornamental ponds... More

Latest News

Dena Jenkins joins Jacobsen as events and channel manager

Jenkins has spent more than a decade in the turf industry. More

Stillwater Country Club renovation complete

Architect Kevin Norby devised plan to reduce maintenance at Minnesota course. More

Silverado Resort and Spa names Jon Vesper director of golf

Vesper will oversee maintenance of two championship courses. More

University of Georgia names The Turfgrass Group licensing agent for TifTuf

New Bermudagrass developed at Tifton campus. More

SPaRKS Web now available to superintendents

Program offers online access to fertilizer and pesticide records. More

Ohio Turfgrass Foundation/Ohio State University field day set for Aug. 11

Event open to turfgrass professionals from all sectors. More

E-Z-GO introduces enhanced RXV cart

Next-generation model includes AC power and InteliBrake technology. More

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Editor's Pick

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Keep cool

Heat illness is a huge risk for superintendents and their crews during the summer, but most of the danger can be prevented with an easy plan. Mandy Edens, Director of the Directorate of Technical Support and Emergency Management for OSHA, talks about how. Check out the heat effect monitor app HERE. More

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