Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Happy Holidays

The GCI team is taking a little time off for Christmas, but we'll be back Dec. 29. Wishing everyone a fun and safe holiday. More

It’s TweetUp time

Nominations for Super Social Media Awards presented by GCI and Aquatrols open Jan. 1. More

Willams caps emotional year with award

By Trent Bouts

Stone Mountain Golf Club superintendent receives Georgia GCSA honor. More

USGA altering Green Section

By Guy Cipriano

Country will be split into four regions instead of eight. More

Dye redoes Dye

By Guy Cipriano

The Ford Plantation, once owned by Henry Ford, reopens after receiving a major $7.2-million metamorphosis led by 88-year-old Pete Dye. More

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Aquatrols Revolution

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Latest News

Grigg Brothers announces new formulation

Gary’s Green Ultra combines multiple products. More

Syngenta expanding Operation Pollinator resources

New website helps establish programs. More

Redexim adds to staff

Michael Moyer has golf and sports turf experience. More

John Deere event brings industry to desert

Golf course superintendents, managers visit PGA West. More

Jacobsen establishing direct distribution in Southeast

Move will serve customers in Georgia, Alabama and parts of Florida. More

Work starts on Nigerian course

Atlas Turf supplying Pure Dynasty seeded paspalum blend for Garden City. More

Troon selected to manage The Royal Country Clubs

Collection includes four Chicago-area courses. More

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Pete Dye remakes The Ford Plantation

GCI interviews World Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye and members of The Ford Plantation maintenance staff about a $7.2 million renovation project at the Richmond Hill, Ga., course. More