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Golf Course Trades Webinar on Philly Cricket Club on May 27 at 12pm EST

I’ll be hosting a half-hour Golf Course Trades event with the folks from Philly Cricket Club on May 27, 2021 at 12pm. PGA Head Professional Jim Smith, Jr. and Director of Grounds Dan Meersman will join me for a talk about their wonderful renovation by architect Keith Foster, their upcoming 100th year anniversary celebrations, and where they fit in A.W...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Interview with Richard Hurley, PhD – Dr. Turfgrass

So a big thank you to Golf Course Trades for running my interview with Dr. Richard Hurley, PhD., a.k.a. Dr. Turfgrass. From the article: “For 40 years Dr. Hurley has been at the forefront of turfgrass development. He’s named strains of grass after Arnold Palmer and Ben Crenshaw, (that was handsomely done, a fine tribute). He’s installed a putting green at the...

Copake Country Club Superintendent and Restoration Architect Scheduled for Golf Course Trades Webinar on February 25, 1pm EST

(Pic above: THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE THREE-PUTT, photo by Mike Mosely) Golf Course Trades has a new webinar series of podcasts, interviews, and lectures that promises to be an interesting look at the golf, skiing, and resort industries. On February 23, at 1PM EST, I’ll actually be hosting an interview where golf architect Mark Fine and head...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Links at Hiawatha Landing Article

As always, Golf Course Trades did a fantastic job with my article on Links at Hiawatha Landing, one of my favorite courses and an old home of mine way way waaaaaaay back in the day. The entire piece is here. From the article: “The year was 1994, and although the golf world didn’t know it or expect it, a tumultuous sea change had started. Golf had just entered...

Golf Course Trades Runs My Green Lakes Article

Golf Course Trades did a remarkable job with my Green Lakes article. This one was fun, especially because I got a bunker named after me. You read that correctly. When you hole out a bunker shot, you get the bunker named after you. That’s Rule 36. (Rule 35 is have fun…). “…many of the bunkers had become so filled with sand or their faces so...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Latest Covid-19 Article and Interview with GCSAA President Fulling, Jr.

Golf Course Trades has run my second article in a series of updates regarding the golf industry’s resurgence against the Coronavirus. These articles are published also here, at Golf News Net, and as links at the GSCAA website. We have all joined forces to bring you the latest news in the fastest amount of time and give you a glimpse of golf’s recovery...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Interview with GCSAA President John Fulling, Jr.

So Golf Course Trades ran my timely interview with John Fulling, Jr., the president of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. The GCSAA has been remarkably proactive; Fulling, Jr. and the rest of the GCSAA have mobilized quickly, effectively turning their website into a clearing house for all Coronavirus-related issues facing the Association’s...

Golf Course Trades Runs My Second Tedesco Country Club Article

Once again, a huge thank you to Golf Course Trades, Tedesco Country Club, and Ron Forse. It’s easy to write a great story when you have a terrific subject. Click here for the entire piece. From the article: “By the time you crest the hill on 16 over which you’ve hit you’ve already been enchanted by the course’s wondrous variety – uphill, downhill, draw...