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August 23, 2019

McCall Lake opens all 18 holes following renovations

Calgary's McCall Lake Golf Course has reopened all 18 holes for play following $6.7 million in renovations that began in 2018.

Ranch now has fewer bunkers, but perfect drainage

A bunker restoration project at The Ranch Golf Club in Edmonton has resulted in "perfect" bunkers that drain properly, but now there are fewer of them.

Allturf acquires Dol Turf Restoration

Allturf Ltd. of Innisfil, Ont., a leading distributor of golf turf supplies, pesticides and fertilizers, has acquired Dol Turf Restoration of Bradford, Ont.

Walk behind greens mowers eliminate variability in cutting process

Toro has launched its new Greensmaster® 1000 Series fixed-head walk greens mowers, designed to eliminate variability in the walk mowing process by integrating operators of all sizes and skill levels to work in harmony with the machine.

Saskatchewan golf course closer to getting new irrigation system

A fundraising golf tournament has helped Swift Current's Streambank Golf Course move one step closer to a new irrigation system.
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Sustainability and golf

Sustainability and golf

As director of the Guelph Turfgrass Institute and a professor with the University of Guelph’s department of plant agriculture, Dr. Eric Lyons says his goal is to move the turf industry towards sustainability. » Read More

Managing thatch on golf courses

Managing thatch on golf courses is a practice superintendents have engaged in for years and one they must continue to perform if they are to deliver faster, firmer surfaces for their clientele. » Read more...

Golf superintendent shares his turf growth potential model

A growth potential model can help turfgrass managers make better decisions about their maintenance practices and how they should be timed. » Read more...

Managing staff as important as managing turf

Golf superintendents must be equally adept at managing both their playing surfaces and the staff under their supervision. » Read more...

Managing greens in summer extremes

Managing putting greens can be compared to running in a marathon. Golf superintendents must do as much as possible during the spring to “train” for the marathon that is typically “run” in July and August, and sometimes into September. » Read more...

“Design/Build” Growth Summit with Jeffrey Scott

August 27 - 28, 2019
Location: Columbus, Ohio
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Ontario Sports Field Training Day

September 18, 2019
Location: Oakville, Ont.
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Ontario Sports Field Training Day

September 19, 2019
Location: Innisfil, Ont.
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New Brunswick Sports Field Training Day

September 24, 2019
Location: Oromocto, N.B.
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British Columbia Sports Field Training Day

October 2, 2019
Location: Columbus, Ohio
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October 16 - 18, 2019
Location: Louisville, Ky.
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Congress 2020

January 2 - 9, 2020
Location: Toronto, ON
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Canadian Golf Course Management Conference

March 2 - 5, 2020
Location: Ottawa, Ont.
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