October • Volume 82 • Number 10




Ready to roll, push or pull
A small-engine expert offers tips for year-round maintenance.
By Dale Gabrielse

GCM epub icon Compelling force
Removing hazardous trees at the golf course is often a hard sell. Harness the power of persuasion to convince stakeholders to take action.
By John C. Fech
GCM epub icon Saving a giant
Biological predators of the hemlock woolly adelgid are saving hemlocks at Grandfather Golf & Country Club in Linville, N.C.
By Kate Cahow
GCM epub icon Remodeling road map
Considering a golf course renovation? Master planning is a key step that marries the wants and needs of the facility with the architect's ability to deliver on those expectations.
By Raymond Hearn
GCM epub icon Mirror, mirror: Facing your future in the golf industry
Industry veterans offer advice for steering a career course in changing times.
By Anthony L. Williams, CGCS
Neonicotinoid insecticides and pollinators: What's all the buzz about?
Pesticide applicators should take precautions to protect pollinators from potential danger.
By Doug Richmond, Ph.D., and Aaron Patton, Ph.D.
GCM epub icon Cutting edge
By Teresa Carson