April • Volume 82 • Number 4
Ready to roll?
Michigan State University's "Doctor of Green Speed" offers his top 10 reasons why lightweight rolling is good for your greens.
By Thomas A. Nikolai, Ph.D.
Practice or no practice, Deron Zendt found his zone in a wire-to-wire performance that led to his first GCSAA National Championship.
By Scott Hollister
Mowers? Check. Irrigation inputs? Check. Product upgrades? Check. The 2014 Golf Industry Show trade show floor in Orlando was lined with goodies as far as the eye could see.
By GCM staff
GCSAA's advocacy efforts in Washington and in areas such as the Chesapeake Bay region get a boost from the Environmental Institute for Golf (EIFG).
By Bill Newton
By Penny Mitchell
Large patch disease in zoysiagrass has become more of a concern as use of the turfgrass has increased on golf courses.
By Ken Obasa, Ph.D.; Jack Fry, Ph.D.; Dale Bremer, Ph.D.; Rodney St. John, Ph.D.; and Megan Kennelly, Ph.D.
Cemented layers, which inhibit drainage, can occur in putting greens where different textures, such as sand and gravel, meet.
By Glen R. Obear and Douglas J. Soldat, Ph.D.
By Teresa Carson
The more, the merrier
Replacing orphan engines:
Memo to GCSAA: Welcome to the 'New Washington'
Lighting retrofits: Fixing a 'fixed' cost
When a tweet is worth 1,000 words
Nominations are now closed for GCM's fifth annual Most Valuable Technician Award, which honors the best and brightest equipment technicians in the industry. Stay tuned for details on how to vote on the finalists.