Increase golfing fun by design 

Golf is adding to its already-considerable popularity. From Tiger to Sergio to the Ryder Cup, golf stories are filling the sports pages and sometimes...

Nine holes at half the cost 

If Superintendent John Sonner had known better, he might not have attempted what he set out to do 11 years ago. The Greenville Country Club (Greenville,...

Planning a course for improvement 

Golf course superintendents are often frustrated when they have to guess about management's expectations for their courses. The most effective way for...

Topdressing and ball roll 

Topdressing has become standard in golf course management. For years, many golf course superintendents practiced heavy topdressing in the spring and fall...

Setting a proper course 

There are two ways of looking at golf-course-management firms. If your course looked ragged and struggled to make ends meet until a management firm came...

Designing irrigation for greens and surrounds 

Designing irrigation for a green can be easy or difficult. The degree of difficulty is determined by the shape of the green and how it is framed by the golf hole....

Earthworm casting creates maintenance nightmare 

Earthworm casting on the surface of golf-course fairways rapidly is becoming one of the most challenging management issues for superintendents in the...

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