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*Professional
*Video; Webcast
TV golf versus daily playAnonymous. [2006]. USGA World Wide Web Site. 1:19.click here110143
*Professional
*Editorial
Player development begins with youHoolehan, Sean A. 2006. Golf Course Management. March. 74(3): p. 13.click here110046
*Professional
Golfer satisfaction is right under your feetBollig, Jeff. 2006. Golf Course Management. March. 74(3): p. 42-43.click here110059
*Professional
One green, many strategiesRobinson, David H. 2006. Golf Course Management. March. 74(3): p. 92-95.click here110065
*Professional
Factors affecting success: Having the wisdom to know what you can and cannot control!Oatis, David A. 2006. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 44(2): p. 1-6.click here110212
*Trade
*Editorial
Golf and its great expectationsBlack, Jim. 2006. Golfdom. February. 62(2): p. 68.click here109812
*Professional
*Editorial
Golf's best customersMona, Steve. 2006. Golf Course Management. January. 74(1): p. 15.click here109115
*Professional
Meeting member expectationsHeintz, Will. 2006. Golf Course Management. January. 74(1): p. 30.click here109122
*Professional
Roughing it with bermudagrass: A review of basic management practices for the dominant warm-season turfgrass used in roughsFoy, John. 2006. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 44(1): p. 12-15.click here109044
*Professional
*Video; Webcast
Why aerating a course is vitalMoore, Jim. [200x]. USGA World Wide Web Site. 4:00.click here107716
*Report
*Abstract or Summary only
Benchmarking golf course conditions throughout New ZealandLinde, Douglas T.; McAuliffe, Keith. 2005. 2005 Annual Meeting Abstracts [ASA/CSSA/SSSA/CSSS]. p. [1].click here107971
*Professional
*Video; Webcast
The necessity of hand-watering greens or, "Why do they have to hand water when I'm trying to play golf?"Moore, Jim. [2005]. USGA World Wide Web Site. 3:35.click here108864
*Professional
Setting standards: Creating effective written maintenance standards is easier than you thinkLowe, Todd. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 43(5): p. 1-6.click here106021
*Professional
Renovation at Rolling Hills: Rebuilding just a few greens on an older course can be tricky and has to be done correctlyKinder, Bob; Condon, Mark; Weiss, Dave; Phelps, Rick; Bartold, Greg; Gamble, Jeff; Nelson, Matt. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 43(5): p. 30-33.click here106026
*Professional
Super educators: The green committee, course officials, and golfers all need regular schoolingWhite, Bud. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 43(5): p. 36.click here106029
*Professional
The Survey says.. GCM tests the turf knowledge of masters patronsAnonymous. 2005. Golf Course Management. August. 73(8): p. 66-68.click here106110
*Professional
*Editorial
Your master's in communicationO'Neill, Timothy T. 2005. Golf Course Management. July. 73(7): p. 13.click here105215
*Professional
Bunker mentality: Unrealistic perceptions, expectations raise gritty issues for superintendents where bunkers are involvedOstmeyer, Terry. 2005. Golf Course Management. July. 73(7): p. 48-52, 54-56.click here105233
*Trade
*Editorial
Giving them golf - and so much moreAylward, Larry. 2005. Golfdom. July. 61(7): p. 10, 12.click here106692
*Trade
Put the brakes on your egosRossi, Frank S. 2005. Golfweek's SuperNEWS. June 10. 7(10): p. 16.click here104860
*Professional
Where is the green speed taking the game?: Are ultra-fast putting greens threatening to ruin the game we love?Nelson, Matt; Gilhuly, Larry. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 43(3): p. 8-10.click here103792
*Trade
A flawed view of bunkersKlein, Bradley S. 2005. Golfweek. May 20. 7(9): p. 23.click here104409
*Professional
*Interview
Q&A with Jack Nicklaus* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Barr, Adam; Nicklaus, Jack. 2005. Golf Course Management Web Exclusives. April. 73(4): p. [1-9].click here103325
*Professional
The cutting edge: Effective thatch control techniquesAdams, Lyall. 2005. GreenMaster. April. 40(2): p. 30-32.click here104294
*Professional
Putting green management systems with reduced pesticides: A continuing evaluationGrant, Jennifer; Rossi, Frank. 2005. CUTT. April. 16(4): p. 1, 4-5, 8-9.click here109457
*Professional
Don't play the blame gameBollig, Jeff. 2005. Golf Course Management. March. 73(3): p. 42, 44.click here102704
*Professional
Supersized wake-up call: Golf course management is a daunting task on the heels of a Rocky Mountain winterOstmeyer, Terry. 2005. Golf Course Management. March. 73(3): p. 60-62, 64,66-67, 70.click here102707
*Professional
Making your irrigation system work for youSlattery, Rick. 2005. Golf Course Management. March. 73(3): p. 92, 94-97.click here102713
*Professional
Improved overseeding programs: 2. Managing the spring transitionGelernter, Wendy; Stowell, Larry. 2005. Golf Course Management. March. 73(3): p. 114-118.click here102722
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[Removal of winter covers]USGA Green Section. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 43(2)click here103825
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[Negatives associated with ultra-fast greens]USGA Green Section. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 43(2)click here103827
*Professional
Enhancing the image of the golf course superintendent: Proactive is always better than reactiveBrame, Bob. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 43(2): p. 12-14.click here103805
*Professional
Putting the cart before the horse: The folly of rebuilding a clubhouse before upgrading an old irrigation system GMDVavrek, Bob. 2005. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 43(2): p. 28.click here103822
*Trade
Fast greens at Westwood CCMcCabe, Barbara. 2005. Turf: Central. March. 16(3): p. B12-B13.click here103915
*Trade
Using a market analysisBrennan, Jack. 2005. Golf Course News. February. 17(2): p. 22.click here101639
*Trade
Tree managementBrauer, Jeffrey D. 2005. Golf Course News. February. 17(2): p. 23.click here101640
*Trade
Strip and sprig: Dodging clients and climate to renovateTilton, Lynn. 2005. Turf: South. February. 16(2): p. B1-B2, B4, B6.click here102372
*Professional
It's not easy being greenGleason, Dan. 2005. Golf Business [NGCOA]. February. 11(2): p. 36-40, 42-43.click here101497
*Professional
Making the case for non-overseeded putting greensO'Brien, Patrick; Hartwiger, Chris. 2005. Through The Green [GA]. January/February. p. 10-11.click here101001
*Trade
This year, resolve to raise height of cutRossi, Frank S. 2005. Golfweek's SuperNews. January 7-21. 7(1): p. 18.click here101348
*Professional
Warm season grasses trial underwayAnonymous. 2004. Turf Craft International. November/December. 99: p. 56.click here99870
*Professional
Budget reductions: Getting help for the hard decisionsDavies, David. 2004. Golf Course Management. November. 72(11): p. 66-70.click here98845
*Newsletter
Dispelling common myths: ACSP for golf coursesLeuzinger, Peter; Zeh, Joellen. 2004. On Course. November. 58(6): p. 11,13.click here99955
*Professional
*Editorial
No, it really is not just your golf course!: The issues at your golf course are often being experienced by other courses in your areaBevard, Darin S. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 42(6): p. 36.click here98654
*Newsletter
Construction vs. golfersMinnick, Brad. 2004. Heart Beat. November. 36(10): p. 26-27.click here99164
*Trade
*Editorial
Raising the bar? Just be carefulBlack, Jim. 2004. Golfdom. October. 60(10): p. 74.click here100355
*Trade
Tough crowd: Budgets aren't rising at the same level as golfers' great expectations for outstanding turf. What are superintendents to do?Pioppi, Anthony. 2004. Golfdom. September. 60(9): p. 34-36.click here98940
*Professional
Making every drop count: Dealing with a restricted water supply in the SouthwestGross, Patrick J. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 42(5): p. 9-11.click here97708
*Professional
Capital campaigning: Presenting the right information can encourage golfers to vote "yes" on capital improvementsAcker, Andrew. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 42(5): p. 24-26.click here97712
*Professional
*Editorial
Becoming bilingual: Use your Green Section Decoder to understand the language of golfersHartwiger, Chris. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 42(5): p. 28.click here97714
*Newsletter
Better bunkers through better playersHartwiger, Chris; O'Brien, Patrick. 2004. Carolinas Green. September/October. 40(5): p. 12-13.click here98366
 Of greens and greensMcGrath, Charles. 2004. The New York Times. September 26. p. 12.click here98432
*Professional
No more sinking feelingsMacCallum, Scott. 2004. Greenkeeper International. August. p. 12-13.click here98528
*Professional
Be the best with the R&AIsaac, Steve. 2004. Greenkeeper International. August. p. 40-41.click here98532
*Professional
The real world 2: Bob Hope Chrysler Classic EditionJones, Seth. 2004. Golf Course Management. August. 72(8): p. 70-76.click here97249
*Professional
Perceptions of tee slopeLinde, Douglas. 2004. New Zealand Turf Management Journal. August. 19(3): p. 14-15.click here97482
*Newsletter
The need to communicateWilliams, Bruce. 2004. Divot News. August. 10(8): p. 12-13.click here99701
*Professional
"Making friends and influencing golfers"Hartwiger, Chris. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. p. 1-6.click here96644
*Newsletter
How low can you mow?Nelson, Matt. 2004. Grass Clippings [Idaho]. July. p. 12.click here99272
*Professional
*Editorial
"As the turf turns"Baird, James H. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. p. 28.click here96652
*Professional
It's more than mowers, fertilizers and chemicalsHowell, Buzz. 2004. Through The Green [GA]. July/August. p. 30.click here96849
*Professional
The hazards of being a hazard!Watson, Ross C.; Neylan, John; Sellar, Daryl. 2004. Australian Turfgrass Management. June/July. 6(3): p. 8-16.click here98505
 How perfect should our courses be?Beggs, Alistair. 2004. The Golf Club Secretary. May. p. [1-3].click here105180
*Newsletter
Building greens the USGA wayMoore, Jim. 2004. Inside the USGA. May. p. 11.click here95148
*Newsletter
Aerification: When, how and why?Evertsen, Mike. 2004. The Reporter [IGCSA]. May. p. 17.click here96608
*Professional
Kevin Sorbo: ActorJones, Seth. 2004. Golf Course Management. May. 72(5): p. 144.click here95029
*Professional
Research results in use today: The Bethpage Green Course ProjectOatis, David A. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 42(3): p. 12-14.click here95035
*Professional
Survival 101: Dealing with ever-increasing expectationsHapp, Keith; Skorulski, Jim; Baird, Jim; Bevard, Darin; Brame, Bob; Oatis, David; Zontek, Stanley. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 42(3): p. 15-16.click here95036
*Popular
Let's go retro – bring back shaggy greensOwen, David. 2004. Golf Digest. April. 55(4): p. 69.click here97094
*Trade
Bud of the briar: Annbriar GC blossoms among urban thornsRiggs, Nancy. 2004. Turf: Central. April. 15(4): p. B1-B2, B4.click here101415
*Professional
Getting trapped in the 'time crunch convergance'Bollig, Jeff. 2004. Golf Course Management. March. 72(3): p. 50, 52.click here93727
*Professional
Bunkers: Hazards or havens?Vavrek, Robert. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 42(2): p. 8-10.click here94018
*Professional
*Editorial
Get Real!: When maintenance programs are altered by weather, turf quality expectations need to be adjusted as wellHapp, Keith A. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 42(2): p. 26-27.click here94022
*Newsletter
I didn't know that!* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Bergstrom, David; McCall, Scott. 2004. Cactus Clippings. January/February. p. 6-8.click here100034
*Professional
Managing frost delaysWilliams, Anthony L. 2004. Through The Green [GA]. January/February. p. 16.click here92501
*Professional
Jerry Kelly: Professional golferJones, Seth. 2004. Golf Course Management. January. 72(1): p. 256.click here93217
*Trade
Do fast greens have you on the run?: The green-speed issue is spinning out of control. Here's what you can do to get a handle on itAylward, Larry. 2004. Golfdom. January. 60(1): p. Cover, 28-30, 32, 34, 36.click here92899
*Trade
*Editorial
This game is fast, furious and foolishAylward, Larry. 2004. Golfdom. January. 60(1): p. 10.click here92894
*Professional
In search of the perfect golf courseBaird, James H. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 42(1): p. 1-5.click here92382
*Professional
Unnatural expectations: Proper establishment and maintenance of naturalized areas can increase acceptance by golfersBevard, Darin S. 2004. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 42(1): p. 16-18.click here92384
*Newsletter
Reinvesting in your golf courseCutlip, Ronald S. 2004. The Greenerside. January/February. 28(1): p. 1,4-5.click here99780
*Slide setAvid Golfer Attitudes and Perceptions: Report of Key Findings Regarding Golf Course Conditions, the Environment, and Superintendents National Golf Foundation. 2003. [Jupiter, Florida]: National Golf Foundation. 21 slides.click here87108
*ChapterMajoring in the minors: A contemporary golfing experienceEckenrode, Todd. 2003.: p. 16-19. In: Daley, Paul, ed. Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective -- Volume Two. 2. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co.click here106093
*ChapterGolf course hazards: Placement and designPanks, Gary. 2003.: p. 260-263. In: Daley, Paul, ed. Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective -- Volume Two. 2. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co.click here106230
*ChapterHow to design a members' courseHills, Arthur. 2003.: p. 276-279. In: Daley, Paul, ed. Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective -- Volume Two. 2. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co.click here106233
*ChapterDesigning golf courses for playabilityBurns, Steve. 2003.: p. 286-289. In: Daley, Paul, ed. Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective -- Volume Two. 2. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co.click here106235
*Refereed
Perceived fairness of revenue management in the US golf industryKimes, Sheryl E.; Wirtz, Jochen. 2003. Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management. 1(4): p. 332-344.click here93261
*Professional
Evaluating reduced and nonchemical turf managementGrant, Jennifer A.; Rossi, Frank S. 2003. CUTT. Winter. 13(4): p. 8-16.click here86704
*Interview
*Video; Video
Bunkers as part of the frame Jones, Rees. 2003. In: Jones, Rees. A Conversation With Rees Jones [video interview]. [East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center]. 01:10 minutes.click here95408
*Interview
*Video; Video
Water in Rees Jones designs Jones, Rees. 2003. In: Jones, Rees. A Conversation With Rees Jones [video interview]. [East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center]. 01:26 minutes.click here95411
*Interview
*Video; Video
"It's a small world," golf and travel Jones, Rees. 2003. In: Jones, Rees. A Conversation With Rees Jones [video interview]. [East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center]. 01:43 minutes.click here95474
*Trade
The fine art of attention to detail: It all comes down to bringing golfers backBlack, Jim. 2003. Golfdom. December. 59(12): p. 16.click here92585
*Trade
*Editorial; Humor
That's the news from Lake OmigoshJackson, Joel. 2003. Golfdom. December. 59(12): p. 25.click here92593
*Professional
Face-lift or letdown: Help golfers develop fair expectations for successful golf course renovationsLowe, Todd. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 41(6): p. 14-16.click here91860
*Professional
Can't get no...satisfaction!Carson, Chris. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 41(6): p. 17-19.click here91861
*Professional
*Editorial
Maybe it's time for a change: Sometimes you just have to bite the bulletVermeulen, Paul H. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 41(6): p. 28.click here91871
*Trade
Curb appeal: Coral Beach keeps the details in focusZinn, Stacie; Redles, Rich. 2003. Turf: South. November. 14(11): p. B1-B2, B4.click here101458
*Professional
Mountain standard time [November, 2003]Nelson, Matt. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. November 3.click here94298
*Professional
The chase after paceOrmondroyd, Stuart. 2003. International Turfgrass Bulletin. October. 222: p. 31, 32.click here92200
*Professional
*Q & A
A golden anniversaryHollister, Scott. 2003. Golf Course Management. October. 71(10): p. 46, 48.click here91328
*Professional
On a roll: The best green spreed for your course might not be a quick answerMorris, Michael. 2003. Golf Course Management. October. 71(10): p. 84-87.click here91340
*Trade
*Editorial
Finding more sand for the hourglassAylward, Larry. 2003. Golfdom. October. 59(10): p. 22.click here91543
*Trade
*Editorial
Whose problem is it, anyway?Jackson, Joel. 2003. Golfdom. October. 59(10): p. 24.click here91544
*Newsletter
Do dinosaurs still exist in the 21st century?Mangan, Greg. 2003. Northern Ohio Turf. October. 45(7): p. 17.click here101087
*Trade
Award-winning and money-saving ideasLuczycki, Rebecca. 2003. Golf Inc. October. 12(10): p. 26-28.click here101061
*Trade
Courses play through work: Fall maintenance upkeep doesn't have to close your clubWillard, Christine. 2003. Golf Inc. October. 12(10): p. 32.click here101062
*Professional
Tiger Woods: Professional golferHollister, Scott. 2003. Golf Course Management. September. 71(9): p. 128.click here90357
*Professional
The ten most common green committee mistakesOatis, David A. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 41(5): p. 1-6.click here91349
*Professional
USGA Green Section Southwest regional update [September, 2003]Gross, Pat. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. September 15.click here94141
*Professional
Recovery timeVavrek, Bob. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. September 15.click here94736
 Green speedDenney, Glenn. 2003. The Super News. August. p. 3.click here99291
*Newsletter
Summer putting green cultivationBigelow, Cale. 2003. On the Green. August. p. 3.click here104563
*Professional
More with less: It's a mantra superintendents hear all the time, but actually putting it into practice requires thought and a well-devised planMcCullough, Mike. 2003. Golf Course Management. August. 71(8): p. 81-83.click here89651
*Newsletter
Golfers perception of green speedGaussoin, Roch. 2003. The Perfect Lie. August. 27(3): p. 20, 23.click here91090
*Professional
Why is my golf course so wet?Wienecke, David L.; Gross, Patrick J. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. August 20.click here91092
*Professional
It's not a jungle out thereHartwiger, Chris; O'Brien, Patrick. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. August 4.click here94104
*Professional
[Wet weather]Brame, R. A. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. August 4.click here94664
*Professional
Too much golfSquires, Neil. 2003. International Turfgrass Bulletin. July. 221: p. 16.click here89661
*Professional
Fairway top dressingMcClements, Ian. 2003. International Turfgrass Bulletin. July. 221: p. 21-24.click here89733
*Professional
Survey says: The news is goodBollig, Jeff. 2003. Golf Course Management. July. 71(7): p. 50, 52, 54.click here87107
*Professional
*Interview
The real world: Players Championship editionJones, Seth. 2003. Golf Course Management. July. 71(7): p. 66-72, 74.click here87111
*Professional
Putting surface paceHapp, Keith. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. 41(4): p. 16-20.click here89518
*Newsletter
Under the gunNoden, Merrell. 2003. Hole Notes. July. 34(5): p. 7, 14, 25-26, 29.click here91413
*Newsletter
Launching a job-enhancing communications effortPerlee, Bill. 2003. Tee to Green [NY]. July/August. 33(4): p. 2-8.click here99718
*Trade
Reconstructing greens: The right mix is importantPeacock, Ryan. 2003. Mountain West Turf. July/August. 3(4): p. 24.click here90856
*Trade
*Letter
Golfer education starts on TVHobbs, Ken; Hobbs, Elizabeth. 2003. Golfdom. June. 59(6): p. 10.click here93736
*Trade
Make mine a (walk-behind) mower: The Big Three manufacturers discuss the time and effort (but not the dollars) they spend to bring new walk-behind machines to marketAndorka, Frank H. Jr. 2003. Golfdom. June. 59(6): p. 70-72.click here93782
*Trade
*Editorial
You work in a great professionJackson, Joel. 2003. Golfdom. May. 59(5): p. 31.click here90462
*Trade
*Editorial
Why the sport is out of whackShackelford, Geoff. 2003. Golfdom. May. 59(5): p. 83.click here90509
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[Playing on a dryer turf]USGA Green Section. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 41(3)click here87102
*Newsletter
An open letter to golfersHartwiger, Chris; O'Brien, Patrick. 2003. Carolinas Green. May/June. 39(3): p. 10, 12.click here86900
*Newsletter
Don't forget to thank the superKing, Brad. 2003. Carolinas Green. May/June. 39(3): p. 20-21.click here86901
*Trade
*Interview
Green Section experts respond: Trio represents the USGAPeacock, Ryan. 2003. Mountain West Turf. May/June. 3(3): p. 24.click here86915
*Professional
Tee time trafficCarls, Gary; Shepherd, Mark; Werner, Thomas; Huffstutler, Steve. 2003. Golf Course Management. April. 71(4): p. 30.click here85868
*Professional
Damage reportVavrek, R. A. Bob. 2003. USGA World Wide Web Site. April 22.click here94631
*Professional
New Age: The fundamental maintenance practice of aerification isn't what it used to beOstmeyer, Terry. 2003. Golf Course Management. March. 71(3): p. 74-76, 78-80, 82-84, 86.click here85365
*Professional
An educated response: Preparation is the key in creating a program-based budgetGrigg, Gary T. 2003. Golf Course Management. March. 71(3): p. 88, 90-92, 95.click here85366
*Trade
Down & dirty: These head superintendents dig ditches, mow greens, spray pesticides, whack weeds, grind reels - and love itAylward, Larry. 2003. Golfdom. March. 59(3): p. 36-38, 40, 42, 44-45.click here90447
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[Color of grass no indication of playing quality]USGA Green Section. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 41(2)click here85443
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A
[When budget is cut, outline course expectations for players and staff]USGA Green Section. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 41(2)click here85444
*Professional
Just when you think you've heard it all... Superintendents share stories regarding the most outlandish maintenance requests from golfersGross, Patrick J. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 41(2): p. 28.click here85442
*Newsletter
Anthracnose: One club's battleRaisch, Todd W. 2003. The Greenerside. March/April. 27(2): p. 1, 4-6.click here90683
*Trade
American Golf at the turn: What will become of embattled management company now that it has new owners?Sharp, Shane. 2003. Golfdom. January. 59(1): p. 11-12.click here84157
*Professional
*Editorial
It's all about the water: Less irrigation is better for golf, the turf, and the environmentNelson, Matt. 2003. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 41(1): p. 28.click here83953
*Trade
*Editorial
Fast crowd: Thanks to Johnny Miller's swift commentary, many golfers may believe that "10" means slow on the stimpmeter. That's not good newsPioppi, Anthony. 2002. Golfdom. December. 58(12): p. 18-19.click here83908
*Trade
*Editorial
These guys are good, tooJackson, Joel. 2002. Golfdom. December. 58(12): p. 24.click here83911
*Trade
Downing's Willoughby GC reborn after renovationDowning, Kevin. 2002. Golf Course News [United Publications]. December. 14(12): p. 11, 13.click here102646
*Professional
Communicating your role: It comes with the territoryLiebsch, Joe. 2002. Golf Course Management. November. 70(11): p. 52, 54.click here83335
*Popular
Pete's rulesHohl, Richard. 2002. Golf Journal. November/December. 55(9): p. 26-28.click here91560
*Professional
Move forward not back!Gilhuly, Larry. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 40(6): p. 1-4.click here83651
*Professional
Fair fairways: Going, going, gone? Maintenance technology may produce conditions too good for golfersO'Brien, Patrick. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 40(6): p. 13-15.click here83654
*Professional
*Humor
The lost commandments: The wisdom of the ages is preserved for posterityOatis, David A. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 40(6): p. 17.click here83655
*Newsletter
*Humor
Willet Wilt's recommendations to make the golf course more user friendlyKubik, K. P. 2002. The Greenerside. November/December. 26(6): p. 9-10.click here90686
*Trade
Rotary club: Improved quality cuts and ease of maintenance are fueling the resurgence of single-blade mowers for collateral areasAndorka, Frank Jr. 2002. Golfdom. October. 58(10): p. 48-50.click here82892
*Newsletter
Stressed Out?Hamilton, George W. Jr. 2002. Chips & Putts. October/November. 8(7): p. 7.click here99954
*Newsletter
The path to a good product is in the planningGehrisch, Fred. 2002. Carolinas Green. September/October. 38(5): p. 43-44, 46.click here82527
*Newsletter
If it ain't easy being green, try brownAnonymous. 2002. Carolinas Green. September/October. 38(5): p. 56.click here82530
*Professional
How to handle complaints like a pro: Stock your tool kit with a few 'complaint tamers'Simmons, Kathy. 2002. Golf Course Management. August. 70(8): p. 70-73.click here81285
*Trade
*Letter
Need for green our own faultJohnson, Jeff. 2002. Golfdom. August. 58(8): p. 6.click here81770
*Trade
*Editorial
This turf disease can affect youJones, Pat. 2002. Golfdom. August. 58(8): p. 8.click here81771
*Professional
Golf course architects and superintendentsBoswell, William F. 2002. Through The Green. July/August. p. 15-16, 32, 34.click here80955
*Newsletter
Links-style conditions offer unique lessonsAnonymous. 2002. The Mountain State Greenletter. July. 26(5): p. 9.click here99967
*Trade
Sure about seashore: Florida course is the first U. S. track to combine use of the SeaIsle 1 and SeaDwarf varieties of the turf. So far, so goodSharp, Shane. 2002. Golfdom. June. 58(6): p. 72-73.click here80476
*Professional
Duty calls: Survey reveals time in the office is replacing time on the golf course for many superintendentsAnonymous. 2002. Golf Course Management. May. 70(5): p. 102, 104, 106.click here79726
*Trade
*Editorial
The pressure's on: In this day and age of being a superintendent and a supplier, you have to know how to leverage your optionsLemly, Evelyn. 2002. Golfdom. May. 58(5): p. 20.click here79780
*Trade
*Editorial
Time to turn TV on to brown turfAylward, Larry. 2002. Golfdom. May. 58(5): p. 22.click here79781
*Trade
Caring for the carbon copies: It's hard enough for most superintendents to take care of one signature hole. Imagine trying to take care of 18 of them at a replica courseAndorka, Frank H. Jr. 2002. Golfdom. May. 58(5): p. 58, 60, 62, 66.click here79788
*Professional
Sometimes more is less: A tip for increasing aerification effectiveness and reducing disruptionOatis, David A. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 40(3): p. 10-11.click here79918
*Newsletter
Aeration: A 'dirty' word in turfHartwiger, Chris; O'Brien, Patrick. 2002. Carolinas Green. May/June. 38(3): p. 14, 16.click here80870
*Trade
*Editorial
Go tell it on the mountain, FeinsteinJackson, Joel. 2002. Golfdom. March. 58(3): p. 22.click here79480
*Trade
Double-cutting greens could add up to double troubleBlais, Peter. 2002. Golfdom. March. 58(3): p. 84, 86.click here79490
*Professional
Tailor-made: New equations to determine proper tee sizeVermeulen, Paul. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 40(2): p. 1-6.click here79160
*Professional
Course presentation: Playability vs. aesthetics: Can expectations of American golfers be met in the future?Foy, John. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 40(2): p. 23-24.click here79167
*Professional
*Editorial
Serving the silent heroesWitt, Tommy D. 2002. Golf Course Management. February. 70(2): p. 9, 176.click here78305
*Professional
Tiger: Course is too niceAnonymous. 2002. Golf Course Management. February. 70(2): p. 15.click here78308
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*Editorial
Golfers are like sausage eatersJackson, Joel. 2002. Golfdom. February. 58(2): p. 30.click here79676
*Professional
*Letter
Response to Duncan McGilvray - are we stagnating?Ross, John. 2002. Greenkeeper International. January. p. 8-9.click here82602
*Professional
Working with limited resourcesScott, Jon. 2002. Turf Craft International. January/February. 82: p. 9-10.click here80033
*Trade
The politics of water: Should superintendents irrigate for the lush, green look to keep golfers happy? Or should they decrease irrigation for the environment's sake and risk losing their jobs?Aylward, Larry. 2002. Golfdom. January. 58(1): p. 28-30, 32-33.click here79757
*Trade
*Editorial
All that glitters is not gold: If the golf industry doesn't learn that expensive doesn't mean great, then the game's future is at riskShackelford, Geoff. 2002. Golfdom. January. 58(1): p. 46-47, 50, 52.click here79762
*Professional
What are golfers thinking?: The top ten questions frequently asked of the USGA Green SectionMaloy, Brian. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 40(1): p. 13-16.click here78152
*Professional
Getting golfers in the swing of things: Educating golfers about realistic and environmentally sound golf course management practicesMackay, Jean. 2002. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 40(1): p. 24-25.click here78155
*Professional
Biting the bullet: More courses remodeling whole course - all at once - rather than phasing over timeMuirhead, Greg. 2001. ASGCA World Wide Web Site. p. [1-2].click here71785
*Proceedings
Low budgets force compromises a practical view pointEllis, Andrew. 2001. Proceedings of the Inaugural New Zealand Sports TurfConference and Trade Show. 1: p. 61-63.click here74994
*Trade
*Editorial
A look at the big economic pictureWilber, Dave. 2001. Golfdom. November. 57(11): p. 38.click here76942
*Newsletter
When you've gotta have rough that's a cut aboveAntaya, Kathy M. 2001. Tee to Green [NY]. November/December. 31(6): p. 10-13.click here90908
*Professional
The future of pest & disease managementBeggs, Alistair. 2001. International Turfgrass Bulletin. October. 214: p. 25-26.click here79626
*Professional
Grass is always greenerScott, Jon. 2001. Turf Craft International. September/October. 80: p. 50-51.click here78230
*Professional
Priority decision making: A useful long-range planning technique to help get the most from your resourcesNelson, Terry. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 39(5): p. 14-16.click here75379
*Trade
Canada's golf courses could fall victim in fallout from court ruling over pesticidesJiggens, Mike. 2001. Turf & Recreation. September/October. 14(6): p. 10-11, 13.click here77082
*Professional
*Editorial
A place for everyoneWitt, Tommy D. 2001. Golf Course Management. August. 69(8): p. 9.click here74625
*Professional
Microclimate modification: Reducing maintenance costs and improving player comfortBrown, Robert D.; LeBlanc, Robert T. 2001. GreenMaster. August/September. 36(4): p. 6, 8.click here76864
*Professional
*Editorial
[Challenges and evolving demands]Workman, Franz. 2001. Through The Green. July/August. p. 2.click here77126
*Professional
Speed limits: Using the stimpmeter to your advantageBinns, Daniel. 2001. International Turfgrass Bulletin. July. 213: p. 8-9.click here74689
*Newsletter
Are we exceeding the green speed limit?: Met members tell all about their green speed philosophy and management practicesNiven, Scott E. 2001. Tee to Green [New York]. July/August. 31(4): p. 2-4.click here90945
*Newsletter
Oh, look at what the stimpmeter's done!: Facts and figures behind our escalating green speedsNiven, Scott E. 2001. Tee to Green [New York]. July/August. 31(4): p. 7.click here90946
*Newsletter
*Q & A
[The Advantages of a Golf Course Master Plan]Beidel, Edward M. Jr. 2001. The Greenerside. July/August. 24(4): p. 26, 29.click here90680
 Pesticides blanket golf courses click here93543
*Professional
Bringing golfers to your turf: A maintenance field day at a Florida course garners positive results for superintendent and crewLoganbill, Kelly. 2001. Golf Course Management. May. 69(5): p. 92, 94, 96, 99.click here73260
*Professional
Money talks: Quantify maintenance costs to qualify a request for course closureHapp, Keith. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 39(3): p. 4.click here73230
*Professional
A bird's eye view: Checking irrigation performance with aerial infrared photography to help illustrate irrigation system deficienciesMaloy, Brian. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 39(3): p. 12.click here73234
*Professional
Are you missing anything in your efforts to communicate?: A website provides a tool to communicate current information regarding golf course maintenance operationsBevard, Darin S. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. May/June. 39(3): p. 14.click here73236
*Newsletter
Master plan for smooth renovationsBeidel, Ed Jr. 2001. The Bonnie Greensward. April. p. 12-13.click here91648
*Professional
Just a phone call away: Creating a course condition hotline keeps golfers in touch with the superintendent and what's happening with the courseArthur, Rhys. 2001. Golf Course Management. April. 69(4): p. 42, 44.click here72844
*Professional
Environmental impact: Make allies and influence management with your well-crafted environmental action planBishop, David. 2001. Golf Course Management. February. 69(2): p. 134, 136, 138.click here71881
*Trade
Get down: How can you get the green-up golfers demand while not damaging the long-term health of your turf?Andorka, Frank H. Jr. 2001. Golfdom. January. 57(1): p. 60-61.click here73434
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A; Q & A
RespectUSGA Green Section. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 39(1)click here78122
*Professional
Closing for maintenanceHuck, Mike. 2001. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 39(1): p. 21.click here71408
*Newsletter
Better bunkers through better playersHartwiger, Chris; O'Brien, Patrick. 2001. Carolinas Green. January/February. 37(1): p. 48.click here73801
 [GCSAA] 2000 Leadership surveyAnonymous. [2000]. GCSAA World Wide Web Site. p. [1-18].click here74899
*Trade
Klein: Augusta National no model for our courses: Pristine conditions impossible to replicateKlein, Bradley S. 2000. Golfweek's SuperintendentNews. p. [1-3].click here79207
*Proceedings
Turfgrass cultural practices report: III. Green speed perception surveyNikolai, T. A.; Rieke, P. E.; Karcher, D. E.; Leinauer, B.; Makk, J.; Bristol, J. 2000. Proceedings of the 70th Annual Michigan Turfgrass Conference. 29: p. 36, 40.click here64213
*Professional
Settings for seniorsRaymond, Lisa B.; Burgess, Jeff; Smith, James R.; Hopkins, Mark. 2000. Golf Course Management. December. 68(12): p. 100.click here70881
*Professional
Golf: Industry's Glamour girl has many facesKieffer, Larry. 2000. North Carolina Turfgrass. December/January. 18(7): p. 10-14, 16-18, 20.click here86435
*Professional
Don't just blame it on the weatherScott, Jon. 2000. Turf Craft International. November/December. 75: p. 49-50.click here71257
*Trade
*Editorial
Time to put bite back into bunkersShackelford, Geoff. 2000. Golfdom. November. 56(11): p. 38.click here70230
*Newsletter
*Letter
[Playing courses and course set-up]Fischer, Ed. 2000. On Course. November. 54(6): p. 31.click here70935
*Professional
Temporary sanity: A year-round approach to maintain your aprons as they need to be - firm and dry!Gilhuly, Larry. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. November/December. 38(6): p. 10-12.click here70757
*Newsletter
Members' greed for green is at root of overwateringAnonymous. 2000. Suncoast Golf Course Superintendents Association. October. p. 8.click here69508
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*Humor
Dropping the hammer: Use this philosophy to smash golfers' ignoranceHamilton, Mike. 2000. Golfdom. October. 56(10): p. 16.click here69417
*Trade
*Editorial
No one wins in the blame gameJackson, Joel. 2000. Golfdom. October. 56(10): p. 25.click here69422
*Trade
In the cross hairs of club politicsWilber, Dave. 2000. Golfdom. October. 56(10): p. 42.click here69475
*Professional
Core cultivation: A necessary evil?Rossi, Frank S. 2000. CUTT. Fall. 11(3): p. 1, 4-5.click here86711
*Newsletter
Fast greens and perfect conditionsConnolly, John. 2000. Turfgrass Management in the Pacific Northwest. Fall. 3(4): p. 10, 15.click here73714
*Trade
Top 10 golfers' gripesBoe, Joe. 2000. Golfdom. September. 56(9): p. 38, 41.click here67470
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A; Q & A
AddressUSGA Green Section. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 38(5)click here78109
*Professional
Does your irrigation system make the grade?: A guide to help evaluate factors influencing irrigation system performanceHuck, Mike. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 38(5): p. 1-5.click here68194
*Professional
*Editorial
Perfection is not attainable!: However, setting reasonable goals can allow for an objective evaluation of course conditionsHapp, Keith. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 38(5): p. 28.click here68203
*Trade
Technology helps to solve shady problemGallant, Adrien. 2000. Turf & Recreation. September/October. 13(6): p. 10-11.click here70257
*Trade
*Letter
Writer has head in the (white) sandLee, Robert. 2000. Golfdom. August. 56(8): p. 6.click here66592
*Trade
NGCOA teams with In-Touch to gauge player satisfactionAnonymous. 2000. Golf Course News. August. 12(8): p. 19, 21.click here66706
*Trade
Survey says Audubon program succeedingAnonymous. 2000. GCSAA News Weekly. August 24. p. [2].click here70152
*Professional
[Play and playability]Dusch, Jim. 2000. Through The Green. July/August. p. 2.click here66072
*Newsletter
[Golf courses are constantly under change]Lynagh, James. 2000. The Bonnie Greensward. July. p. 10.click here91065
*Trade
*Editorial
Banish the blasted 7,000-yard normShackelford, Geoff. 2000. Golfdom. July. 56(7): p. 36.click here66260
*Popular
Bunker mentality: Deep, steepAnonymous. 2000. Golf World. July. 54(6): p. 36.click here66887
*Popular
Rough attitudesZontek, Stanley. 2000. Golf Journal. July. 53(5): p. 53.click here66092
*Trade
*Editorial
Times they are a changin'Biddle, Chris. 2000. Turf Professional. May. p. 2.click here65254
*Professional
[Educating golfers about what we do]Dusch, Jim. 2000. Through The Green. May/June. p. 2, 22.click here65424
*Professional
Lessons from the Old Course: While interning at the world's oldest golf course, an Iowa State University student learns about the differences and the common links in golf course maintenance at home and abroadDeDoncker, Matt. 2000. Golf Course Management. May. 68(5): p. 118-119, 121-122, 124, 128.click here64776
*Trade
Great expectations: Battling the dreaded 'Augusta National Syndrome'Sharp, Shane. 2000. Golfdom. May. 56(5): p. 20-22, 24.click here64685
*Trade
Do tell: If you don't tell golfers what you do, chances are they'll never knowAndorka, Frank H. Jr. 2000. Golfdom. May. 56(5): p. 26, 28, 30, 32.click here64687
*Trade
*Editorial
It's time to stop distance madnessShackelford, Geoff. 2000. Golfdom. May. 56(5): p. 44.click here64683
*Popular
Tracing their heritage to the linksShefter, David. 2000. Golf Journal. May. 53(3): p. 5.click here64872
*Popular
Calling the green doctorMoore, Jim. 2000. Golf Journal. May. 53(3): p. 48.click here64883
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Walking the lineKennedy, Mike. 2000. Grounds Maintenance: Golf Edition. May. 35(5): p. Golf 2, Golf 4.click here104440
*Professional
*Editorial
Smoothing out the roughsZontek, Stanley J. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 38(2): p. 36.click here64251
*Report
Selecting bunker sands: Between a rock and a hard place?* - Access Restrictions (See More Detail)Gelernter, Wendy; Stowell, Larry J. 2000. PACE Insights. February. 6(2): p. 1-4.click here104957
*Professional
Classic golf course architecture: To renovate, restore, or update?Tucker, Jonathan. 2000. International Turfgrass Bulletin. January. 207: p. 7-9.click here100364
*Professional
Rough justiceIsaac, Steve. 2000. International Turfgrass Bulletin. January. 207: p. 14-16.click here69836
*Professional
Signs, of course: Signage and environmental graphics help courses to improve business by creating a welcoming environment and brand recognitionJarvis, Don. 2000. Golf Course Management. January. 68(1): p. 296-297, 299-301.click here63230
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Wise guys: Golf maintenance's mentors know what it takes to be a consummate leaderAylward, Larry. 2000. Golfdom. January. 56(1): p. 23, 26, 30, 32, 38, 42.click here62994
*Professional
*Editorial
Consistent perfectionBrame, Bob. 2000. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 38(1): p. 24.click here63030
*Popular
Webb finer despite niner; fast greens stress out grass, keeperTays, Alan. 2000. The Palm Beach Post. January 15. p. [1-2].click here138497
 [GCSAA] 1999 Leadership surveyAnonymous. [1999]. GCSAA World Wide Web Site. p. [1-16].click here74898
*ChapterCultural links: An international political economy of golf course landscapesKlein, Bradley S. 1999. p. 211-226. In: Martin, Randy; Miller, Toby, eds. SportCult. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press.click here91574
*Professional
*Editorial
Too much of a good thing spoils our golf coursesArthur, Jim. 1999. The Groundsman. December. 52(12): p. 30.click here83005
*Newsletter
Playing with Jack FrostWhitcomb, Dan. 1999. Our Collaborator. November. p. 34.click here91278
*Trade
Golfers prove to be a hardy lotAnonymous. 1999. Golf Course News. November. 11(11): p. 5.click here63586
*Trade
Meeting the challenges of golf course developmentGetchell, Frank J.; Beckman, William K. 1999. Golf Course News. November. 11(11): p. 8, 33.click here63590
*Trade
*Letter
Fine whinersStanton, Alyn. 1999. Golfdom. October. 55(7): p. 8.click here62621
*Newsletter
Just shut up and play!Gurke, John. 1999. On Course. October. 53(5): p. 20, 22.click here62466
*Popular
*Letter
Paying for maintenancePetrucci, Stephen. 1999. Golf Journal. October. 52(8): p. 2.click here63054
*Popular
Too hot to handleSnow, James. 1999. Golf Journal. October. 52(8): p. 53.click here63060
*Professional
*Editorial
On my soapboxFearis, David W. 1999. Golf Course Management. September. 67(9): p. 9.click here61784
*Trade
New survey shows growth in Canadian golf: Western provinces show highest participation ratesAnonymous. 1999. Golf Course News. September. 11(9): p. 3-4.click here61978
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[Carnoustie Open setup] [Interview]Glover, Tim. 1999. California Fairways. September/October. 8(5): p. 5.click here62328
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*Editorial
Births, birthdays and (golf) revivalsLeslie, Mark. 1999. Golf Course News. August. 11(8): p. 8, 9.click here63478
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*Letter
[Is turf color more important than health?]Dest, William M. 1999. International Turfgrass Bulletin. July. 205: p. 30.click here62365
*Trade
Enlightening the whiners: Sometimes, out of controversy comes understandingJones, Pat. 1999. Golfdom. July/August. 55(5): p. 6.click here61351
*Newsletter
Record keeping and communicationAnonymous. 1999. Carolinas Green. July/August. 35(4): p. 34-36.click here61313
*Professional
Going against the grain: As one superintendent has discovered, some accepted practices - such as reducing "grain" - do not fit all golfers' expectationsLinde, Douglas T. 1999. Golf Course Management. May. 67(5): p. 156, 160, 162, 164, 166.click here59323
*Professional
Keeping winter courses openArthur, Jim. 1999. The Groundsman. April. 52(4): p. 20.click here82902
*Refereed
An investigation of selected factors' impact on golfer satisfaction and perceived valuePetrick, James F.; Backman, Sheila J.; Bixler, Robert D. 1999. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. Spring. 17(1): p. 40-59.click here65369
*Professional
*Editorial
Unrealistic expectationsKite, Tom. 1998. Golf Course Management. October. 66(10): p. 192.click here54827
*Professional
A cutting issue: Mowing grass right is no easy taskEllman, Deborah. 1998. GreenMaster. June/July. 33(3): p. 12.click here71068
*Professional
Winter renovation: Keep golfers playing by leaving special projects until the off seasonSweeney, Kevin. 1998. GreenMaster. February/March. 33(1): p. 20.click here71014
*Proceedings
Helping your greens make the grade - Avoiding maintenance on the edgeMoore, James Francis. 1997. Conference Proceedings: 68th International Golf Course Conference and Show. p. 83-84.click here40999
*Proceedings
Detailing your golf course for a sharp lookKuhns, Mark D. 1997. Conference Proceedings: 68th International Golf Course Conference and Show. p. 115-116.click here41100
*Professional
Rub of the green: Out of bounds IIAshton, Randy. 1997. The Florida Green. Winter. p. 67.click here68904
*Newsletter
Must we always demand perfection?Griffiths, Denis. 1997. On Course. November. 51(6): p. 20, 28.click here41194
*Professional
It's your career!: Busy superintendents shouldn't neglect the development of a professional imageChalmers, David R. 1997. Golf Course Management. September. 65(9): p. 134-136, 138, 140, 142, 144-145.click here40962
*Professional
Set it up right!Cardace, Vic; Hartwiger, Chris. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. September/October. 35(5): p. 6-7.click here40722
*Professional
Alternative spikes on golf courses: Golfers and superintendents find common cause in reducing greens damage from footwearNus, Jeff. 1997. Golf Course Management. August. 65(8): p. 64-67.click here40649
*Professional
Iron velvet: Family, golf and architecture - Alice Dye is the master of them allGordon, John. 1997. Golf Course Management. August. 65(8): p. 126, 128, 132, 134.click here40661
*Professional
Playing in the fast lane - the speed of greensOrmondroyd, Stuart. 1997. International Turfgrass Bulletin. July. 197: p. 9-10.click here100385
*Professional
Grains of truth: Selecting sand for greens and bunkers: One sand won't work for every use on the golf courseThomas, James C. 1997. Golf Course Management. July. 65(7): p. 49-53.click here40618
*Professional
Fairway to the futureLinks, Bo. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. 35(4): p. 9-11.click here40557
*Professional
The other side of the coin...Anonymous. 1997. Golf Course Management. June. 65(6): p. 13.click here40574
*Professional
Real high-handicap golfAnonymous. 1997. Golf Course Management. June. 65(6): p. 15.click here40582
*Professional
In pursuit of precision: Today's irrigation technology makes possible precise turf managementFrank, Luke. 1997. Golf Course Management. June. 65(6): p. 20-22, 24, 28, 30.click here40585
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Yippee for putting coursesHarig, Bob. 1997. Golf Journal. June. 50(4): p. 7.click here40531
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*Editorial
The Masters, the milk carton syndrome and moreMcGinnis, Paul S. 1997. Golf Course Management. May. 65(5): p. 9.click here40565
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A; Q & A
Walk around the green andUSGA Green Section. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 35(2)click here78042
*Professional
When in doubt - spec it out: Developing maintenance guidelines for your golf course can clarify priorities and serve as a useful budgeting toolGross, Patrick J. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 35(2): p. 1-4.click here39823
*Professional
The Kiwis have it right!Gilhuly, Larry. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 35(2): p. 8-9.click here39826
*Professional
*Letter
Must we always demand perfection?Griffiths, Denis. 1997. GreenMaster. February/March. 31[32](6[1]): p. 38.click here71653
*Professional
Back to the future: Greens rollers help golf balls roll farther: Players' demands resurrect ancient turf management practice on high-sand geensBeard, James B. 1997. Golf Course Management. January. 65(1): p. 49-53.click here39651
*Professional
*Turftwister Q & A; Q & A
Meet high expectationsUSGA Green Section. 1997. USGA Green Section Record. January/February. 35(1)click here78039
*Trade
Must we always demand protection?Griffiths, Denis. 1997. Golf Course Turf & Irrigation. January/February. 5(1): p. 32.click here66642
*Professional
USGA's pace system can help your course cope with slow playAnonymous. 1996. USGA World Wide Web Site.click here37722
*Professional
A call to feetAnonymous. 1996. USGA World Wide Web Site. p. 1.click here37724
 Is your Green Committee Chairman friend or foe?Anonymous. 1996. Irrigation & Green Industry Network Web Site. p. 1-2.click here38643
*Professional
Determining the need for reconstruction: Do the greens need to be rebuilt?Moore, James Francis. 1996. USGA World Wide Web Site. p. 1-4.click here39415
*Professional
Bruce Wakefield: The steward of Bridge Pa [Interview]Anonymous. 1996. New Zealand Turf Management Journal. November. 10(4): p. 17-18.click here84179
*Professional
Attitudes must changeFoy, John H. 1996. The Florida Green. Fall. p. 58-61.click here69708
*Professional
The Kiwis have it right!Gilhuly, Larry. 1996. New Zealand Turf Management Journal. August. 10(3): p. 8-9.click here84733
*Professional
An old Salt reflectsWay, Brian. 1996. New Zealand Turf Management Journal. August. 10(3): p. 13-15.click here84735
*Popular
Un unlovable bruteDobereiner, Peter. 1996. Golf Digest. July. 47(7): p. 80-84, 86.click here38369
*Newsletter
Scouting report: About the weatherVermeulen, Paul. 1996. On Course. June. 50(1): p. 34-35.click here82865
*Popular
America's best golf courses everyone can playWhitten, Ron. 1996. Golf Digest. May. 47(5): p. 88-90, 95-96.click here37435
*Professional
Great expectationsGilhuly, Larry. 1996. USGA Green Section Record. March/April. 34(2): p. 20.click here37197
*Professional
*Editorial
Don't play with people's livesElliott, Monica. 1996. The Florida Green. Spring. p. 12, 14.click here69528
*Professional
Perception vs realityJackson, Joel D. 1996. The Florida Green. Spring. p. 94, 96.click here69605
*Newsletter
Book it!Maibusch, Bob. 1996. On Course. February. 49(9): p. 10.click here82918
*Proceedings
Traffic control through dollars and sense management techniquesColdiron, Jerry W. Jr. 1995. Conference Proceedings: 66th International Golf Course Conference and Show. p. 42-43.click here34638
*Professional
Working togetherIsaac, Steve. 1995. Greenkeeper International. December. p. 10-11.click here72894
*Professional
Spieler kontra Greenkeeper? (The player against the superintendent?)Oppenberg, H. J. 1995. Greenkeepers Journal. December. 7(4): p. 26-28.click here49239
*Newsletter
Then and nowKriksceonaitis, Pat. 1995. Turf Talk. November/December. p. 4, 6.click here39363
*Professional
A U.S. Open diary: Tradition is served: Golf's 95th national championship was a special event at a special placeSaunders, Doug. 1995. Golf Course Management. August. 63(8): p. 66, 68, 70, 72, 74.click here34893
*Professional
Play on!: This spring, superintendents across the country accomodated the customer while coping with saturated course conditionsNesbitt, Scott. 1995. Golf Course Management. August. 63(8): p. 76, 78, 80.click here34894
*Professional
A tale of two coursesSmith, Christine. 1995. The Groundsman. August. 48(8): p. 41, 43.click here82588
*Professional
Fairway aerification around the clockWeaver, Bob. 1995. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. 33(4): p. 13-14.click here34396
*Professional
"Ego-system" managementDodson, Ronald G. 1995. USGA Green Section Record. July/August. 33(4): p. 15.click here34397
*Professional
Golf greens - spring developmentIsaac, Steve. 1995. Sports Turf Bulletin. June. 189: p. 13-14.click here99414
*Trade
Planning around playing guests: Maintenance is up-to-date, and crews can do it all, as time is of the essence for Robert Mitchell and Greenbrier ResortGuyette, James E. 1995. Landscape Management. January. 34(1): p. 13G.click here86107
*Professional
Construction case study: Twin Towns Services Sports Club, Banora Point, NSWMcCowan, Bob; Beehag, Gary W. 1994. ATRI Turf Notes. Winter. 13(2): p. 5.click here35039
*Newsletter
Do you know what your golfers think? Using surveys as a measurement toolMcGuinness, Tom. 1994. Western Views. December. p. 2-4.click here39271
*Trade
Bringing golfers back to your courseAnonymous. 1994. Landscape Management. December. 33(12): p. 5G, 8G.click here34459
*Newsletter
*Humor
A Christmas storyVermeulen, Paul. 1994. Divot News. December. 1(2): p. 5-6.click here35029
*Trade
Superintendent and pro boost bottom line by working in concertTilton, Lynn. 1994. Golf Course News. November. 5 [6](11): p. 54.click here40479
*Newsletter
Forward tees: The key to playabilitySchulz, Mike. 1994. The Bull Sheet. October. 48(5): p. 29-30.click here34587
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Superintendents must communicate maintenance goals to the golferRenzetti, Steven. 1994. Golf Course News. September. 5 [6](9): p. 11-12.click here40274
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Enthusiasm can be measured by the queues at new golf courseAnonymous. 1994. Greenkeeper International. July. p. 15.click here35000
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Flowers add color cloutTrusty, Steve; Trusty, Suz. 1994. Landscape Management. June. 33(6): p. 36, 40.click here34245
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Private quality for the public: Golf course opens in southern New HampshireMerrill, Lorraine Stuart. 1994. Turf: North. June. 7(6): p. 22-23, 25, 58.click here40770
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Now's time to reeducate golfers, and ourselvesPascuzzo, Damian. 1994. Golf Course News. June. 5 [6](6): p. 11.click here39757
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Course grooming: The Pro's perspectiveMonroe, Lloyd. 1994. Tee to Green [NY]. March/April. 24(2): p. 1, 4.click here33506
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Transition: Boom or bust?Benefield, Tom. 1994. The Florida Green. Spring. p. 36, 38, 40-42, 45-46.click here42865
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Novel solution to communication problem: There is more than one way to get your point across to members and guestsHeron, Bob. 1994. GreenMaster. February/March. 28(1): p. 73.click here39233
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Mission, accomplishedPhillips, Hal. 1994. Golf Course News. January. 6(1): p. 53, 57.click here39133
*Trade
Palmer Management plans major expansion: Pacific Golf mgmt. contributes $50 million acquisition to war chestBlais, Peter. 1994. Golf Course News. January. 6(1): p. 59, 61.click here39176
 I envision the golf hole as a theaterMuirhead, Desmond. 1993. Desmond Muirhead Web Site. August. p. [1-5].click here72412
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Anforderungen an die Golfplatzpflege aus der Sicht des Golfers ([Demands on golf course care from the perspective of the golfer])Woehe, J. 1993. Rasen-Turf-Gazon. June. 24(2): p. 46-48.click here29086
*BookGolf Courses and Country Clubs: A Guide to Appraisal, Market Analysis, Development, and Financing Gimmy, Arthur E.; Benson, Martin E. 1992. Chicago, IL: Appraisal Institute. xii, 163 pp.click here38887
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What good are `winter rules'?Price, Charles. 1992. Golf Digest. August. 43(8): p. 120-121.click here99193
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The uneducated golferNorton, Pat. 1992. The Grass Roots. January/February. 20(1): p. 35-36.click here22197
*Newsletter
Inform your golfers - one method to make our jobs a little easierGurke, John. 1991. The Bull Sheet. July. 45(2): p. 14.click here21745
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Application of importance-performance analysis in the evaluation and marketing of golf operationsGuadagnolo, F. B. 1990. p. 315-320. In: Cochran, A. J., ed. Science and Golf. London, England: E. & F. N. Spon.click here32034
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Wildlife and Related Values of Park Golf Course Ecosystems Andrew, Neil J. 1987. [Columbus, Ohio]: Division of Parks/Recreation Administration, School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University. iv, 102, 2 pp.click here22713
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Bringing the game down to Earth: There are strong indications of a movement afoot that could change the look of American courses (and management practice) in the 1990s and beyondWhitten, Ronald E. 1984. Golf Course Management. November. 52(11): p. 6-7, 10, 12-14, 16, 18-19.click here18919
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As a weathering year draws to a close...Anonymous. 1983. Golf Course Management. December. 51(12): p. 14-15.click here97591
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Life's little thingsLyons, Bill. 1982. Golf Course Management. July. 50(7): p. 49-50.click here97841
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Doing without waterPrusa. James G. 1979. GCSAA 50th International Turfgrass Conference and Show: Proceedings. p. 151-156.click here103553
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Scarification of large scale areas, e.g. golf course fairways, winter games areas, etc.Anonymous. 1978. Sports Turf Bulletin. July-September. 122: p. 10-12.click here102293
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It's the rub of the greenBuchanan, William G. 1977. USGA Green Section Record. July. 15(4): p. 1-3.click here17801
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What makes a golf course greatBrodnax, G. H. III. 1977. USGA Green Section Record. March. 15(2): p. 2-4.click here19542
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Factors of playGabrielsen, J. R. 1977. USGA Green Section Record. March. 15(2): p. 7-8.click here19544
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Great golf courses and the rules of golfDey, Joseph C. Jr. 1977. USGA Green Section Record. March. 15(2): p. 9-13.click here19545
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Their irrigation systems [Panel Discussion]Flaherty, Joseph R.; Gipson, Carlton E.; Zontek, Stanley J. 1977. USGA Green Section Record. March. 15(2): p. 20-22.click here19548
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Topdressing a management tool to solve problemsDavis, William B. 1975. Proceedings of the 1975 Arizona Turfgrass Conference. p. 14-17.click here89389
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Golf, turf and peopleStewart, Fred. 1974. Proceedings of the 1974 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 22-26.click here88458
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The rise and fall of penal architectureJones, Robert Trent. 1974. The Golf Journal. April. 27(2): p. 9-12.click here81518
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Improving good turfLatham, James M. Jr. 1973. Proceedings of the 1973 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 22-24.click here88799
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Serving golfers inside and outside the clubhouseRhodes, Timothy. 1973. Proceedings of the 1973 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 50-53.click here88818
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The past, present, and future of the golf course superintendentBoysen, Walter R. 1967. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Northwest Turfgrass Conference. p. 6-13.click here103269
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The case for forward teesMcCue, Carol. 1967. USGA Green Section Record. March. 4(6): p. 20.click here34810
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Water and its relation to turfgrass diseasesLatham, James M. Jr. 1965. Sprinkler Irrigation Association 1965 Annual Technical Conference Proceedings. p. 45-47.click here94427
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The superintendent serves golfersAdams, J. M. 1962. USGA Journal and Turf Management. August. 15(4): p. 26-29.click here36004
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Don't overlook public relationsOakley, Allen M. 1962. USGA Journal and Turf Management. June. 15(2): p. 29-31.click here35997
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Course modernizationCornish, Geoffrey S. 1962. USGA Journal and Turf Management. April. 15(1): p. 19-20.click here35959
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Common complaints of the golferAnonymous. 1961. Sports Turf Bulletin. October-December. 55: p. 11-12.click here99304
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Golf knowledge an asset to course superintendentEasterly, Harry W. 1961. USGA Journal and Turf Management. August. 14(4): p. 11-13.click here35925
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Your responsibilities as a golferThe Board of Trustees, Seattle Golf Club, Seattle, WA. 1961. USGA Journal and Turf Management. June. 14(2): p. 12.click here35913
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The worst job in the world: A golf architect wishes Chairmen of Green Committees a happy new year in spite of their dutiesAnonymous. 1961. Sports Turf Bulletin. January-March. 52: p. 4-7.click here99250
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Warm season maintenanceNutter, Gene C.; Snyder, Arthur A.; DuBose, L. W.; Johnson, Norman C. 1959. 30th National Turfgrass Confrence and Show: Highlights ofEducational Conference. p. 11-12.click here94489
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Guarding golf greens against frost damageAnonymous. 1959. Sports Turf Bulletin. October-December. 47: p. 7-8.click here101017
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A professional's appreciation of the superintendentWalsh, Tom. 1959. The Golf Course Reporter. Fall. 27(Special): p. 6-7.click here126889
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Golf in frosty weather and other topicsAnonymous. 1952. Sports Turf Bulletin. March. 15: p. [1-2].click here100645
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Maintenance of improved turfFarnham, M. E. 1949. Eighteenth Annual Turf Conference -- the Pennsylvania State College. 18: p. 60-71.click here86493
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For the golf proSmith, Horton. 1948. Proceedings of the 1948 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 38-47.click here87342
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For the golferSwezey, Burr S. 1948. Proceedings of the 1948 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 48-49.click here87344
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For the superintendentBoyd, Taylor. 1948. Proceedings of the 1948 Midwest Regional Turf Foundation Conference. p. 50-51.click here87345
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Some greenkeeping problems and practices, the programme of the research station and the factors influencing the growth of turf: Part 1: Greenkeeping problems and practicesDawson, R. B. 1929. Journal of the Board of Greenkeeping Research. November. 1(1): p. 12-16.click here44955
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What's doing about New YorkPulver, P. C. 1928. The National Greenkeeper. July. 2(7): p. 25-30.click here87223
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Have a laugh with meLatta, L. M. 1928. The National Greenkeeper. January. 2(1): p. 8.click here87143
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Golf course irrigationBuckner, W. A. 1927. The National Greenkeeper. August. 1(8): p. 13-14, 38.click here84651
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Comparative criticismLundstrom, A. E. 1927. The National Greenkeeper. July. 1(7): p. 6, 30.click here84636
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Building forty-five holes in ninety daysLyle, Sam. 1927. The National Greenkeeper. April. 1(4): p. 22-24.click here84532