Category Archives: Turf Education

USGA Visit

Larry Gilhuly from the USGA visited the club on Tuesday, July 9th.  Larry went over our agronomic practices with Superintendent, Wade Hawksworth, Assistant Superintendent,  Jarrod Oliver, Director of Golf, Tim Tait, and Todd Kuspira.  He is continuing to encourage our … Continue reading

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2013 Aeration

Course Care: Easing The Pain Of Core Aeration 10 tips for quicker recovery By Patrick Gross, USGA Green Section November 21, 2012 Making a clean aeration hole expedites turf recovery. The goal is to make a clean, surgical cut so that … Continue reading

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Rolling Greens

Rolling Frequency on Bentgrass and Poa annua Greens Posted: 4/16/2013 By USGA Green Section How often can we roll our bentgrass/Poa annua greens without causing turf injury? For years, a general rule of thumb for putting green rolling frequency has … Continue reading

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Traffic Directional Stakes

The Links Department staff use short white and green stakes on the golf course to help with traffic control. These stakes are there to direct all traffic away from certain areas throughout the golf course at all times of the … Continue reading

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Frost Education

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Frost Delays – Why ?

OUR EXPERTS EXPLAIN Article Rating: Frost Delays Posted: 12/27/2012 By Ty McClellan, Manager, Green Section Education I Am An Early Morning Golfer And Have Never Fully Understood The Justification For Frost Delays? Frost is essentially frozen dew. Ice crystals visible … Continue reading

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USGA Water Summit

THE CAMPAIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER USE At The USGA Water Summit, Examples Of Efficiency And Savings In Areas Of High Demand And Low Supply By Hunki Yun, USGA November 6, 2012 USGA President Glen Nager kicked off a summit discussing … Continue reading

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