July • Volume 83 • Number 7
Been there, done that
It is believed that the art of mentoring goes way back (think Socrates). Today, it is still relevant. Many golf course superintendents agree.
By Howard Richman
Equipment managers have long been key cogs in the golf course management machine. Now, they've found an official new home as members of GCSAA.
By Stacie Zinn Roberts
Award-winning renovation at Brentwood CC owes much to the strong partnership between GCSAA superintendent Robert O'Connell and PGA professional Patrick Casey.
By Roger Graves
Southern California courses are finding that improved irrigation distribution uniformity can play a vital role in continued success in the midst of historic drought.
By Nancy Hardwick
Despite financial obstacles and unfortunate weather, Naperville (Ill.) Country Club has kept its signature Fireworks Extravaganza booming thanks to prudent post-event evaluation and some strategic tweaks.
By Tim Anderson, CGCS, MG
New research sheds light on hunting billbug control in warm-season turfgrasses.
By Diane Silcox Reynolds, Ph.D.; and Rick L. Brandenburg, Ph.D.
Time to recovery after fraze mowing can be affected by seeding rates and the use of turf covers.
By Kevin Hansen and Nick Christians, Ph.D.
By Teresa Carson
It all adds up: Sustainable turf
Sticky steering solution
August recess is around the corner
Be mindful of migratory birds
The job interview, part two: The first five minutes
The 2015 winner is...
Congratulations to the equipment manager at Horseshoe Bend CC and the GC of Georgia.
A full profile of Phillips will appear in the August issue of GCM.