June • Volume 83 • Number 6

Home turf advantage
If the Jordan Spieths of golf need advice for the first U.S. Open to be played almost entirely on fescue, go see Eric Johnson and Josh Lewis. They certainly are masters of this domain.
By Howard Richman

GCM epub icon Hidden asset
A Minnesota superintendent's system provides a seamless solution to daily cup-cutting and repair.
By John M. McCarthy
GCM epub icon The great debate
Irrigation efficiency or distribution uniformity? Determining which is more important is a dilemma facing many golf course superintendents.
By Stacie Zinn Roberts
GCM epub icon A better solution
State-of-the-art turf injection systems can help save water, labor, as one classic Palm Springs course has learned.
By Nancy Hardwick
GCM epub icon Conservation goes high-tech
Technological advances in irrigation and pump stations have elevated superintendents' ability to save water.
By Dan Gregg
The drought in California: recent history, legislation and regulation, and the effects on golf courses
Drought is a recurring problem in California, but numerous factors have combined to make the current situation especially worrisome.
By Mike McCullough, M.S.
GCM epub icon Cutting edge
By Teresa Carson
GCM epub icon Turf
Bee survey: Summer losses are 'very troubling'
GCM epub icon Shop
Odds and ends in the shop
GCM epub icon Advocacy
Maps help detail impact of WOTUS
GCM epub icon Water
A drought-survival game plan
GCM epub icon Technology
Getting the most from your photos