David Phipps, the winner of GCSAA's 2012 President's Award for Environmental Stewardship, has set the bar high in the Pacific Northwest
By Bill Newton
With camera in hand, a California superintendent documents his environmental masterpiece that helped earn him the No. 1 spot in the Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards contest.
By Howard Richman
Beyond the microscope
GCSAA's Col. John Morley Distinguished Service Award winner for 2012 has found a new way to define a career in turfgrass science.
By Bunny Smith
Those teenage years
TifEagle is coming of age at two Georgia courses that were early adopters, outgrowing some of the unruly behavior of earlier ultrdwarf varieties.
By Sam Williams
A Louisiana superintendent leads his facility in a massive recovery effort following the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina.
By Bill Newton
De-goosing golf courses Canada geese can be a serious pest on golf courses, but tools are available to control them.
By Jim Knight, Ph.D.
Why lightweight rolling decreases dollar spot Daily rolling can result in significant dollar spot reductions regardless of the time of day the practice is implemented.
By Paul R. Giordano; Joseph M. Vargas Jr., Ph.D.; Thomas A. Nikolai, Ph.D.; and Ray Hammerschmidt, Ph.D.
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