A Good Chair Requires Four Legs

12.10.11-usga color_logoBy Larry Gilhuly
USGA Agronomist

As you watch the upcoming U.S. Open you may hear about the exceptional weather that has occurred this past winter in the Pacific Northwest. You may hear about how it had a lot to do with why the course is in such good shape. However, just like a chair needs four solid legs to achieve balance, three other major factors were more important than the weather in bringing the greens back for this years’ U.S. Open.

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South African Greenkeeper's Association Expands

15.05.01-TGMASA.logoThe Turfgrass Managers Association of Southern Africa (TGMASA) – previously known as the Golf Course Managers and Greenkeepers Association of Southern Africa (GCMGA) came into existence over 30 years ago because course superintendents saw a need to network and share their knowledge and experience on the maintenance and upkeep of golf courses. This has proven to be so successful that it is now being expanded to include all other sports and facilities requiring turf grass management and maintenance throughout Southern Africa.

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