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Golf superintendents persevere amid health crisis and record heat wave

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a record heat wave have been among the challenges Ontario golf superintendents have had to face this summer.

Canadian Golf Industry Show postponed due to COVID-19 uncertainties

The inaugural Canadian Golf Industry Show, originally scheduled for November in Vancouver, has been postponed until 2021.

Superintendents influencing golf course design

A golf architect’s job is to provide a playable layout. A golf superintendent’s job is to maintain that layout.

Golf maintenance amid a health crisis

The way of life among Canadians took a dramatic turn in mid-March as the global COVID-19 pandemic’s impact started to be felt a little too close to home.

Beauchamp joins team at Bayer Environmental Science

Veteran golf superintendent and industry supplier Ryan Beauchamp has joined Bayer Environmental Science as territory sales manager for golf.
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Worm poop found to be the ideal divot filler at Canmore golf course

The Canmore Golf & Curling Club is finding worm poop compost to be the ideal material for filling in divots and helping flower beds thrive. » Read More...
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Golf maintenance worker said he’d work for free just to get back on the course

With golf back in play in Alberta, a grounds maintenance staff member at Calgary’s Country Hills Golf Club said he was happy to be working again and would have done it for free just to get back on the course. » Read more...

Maintenance operations at Brandon golf course to be privatized

After two months of debate over the future of the Wheat City Golf Course, Brandon city council has approved to privatize management of the course. » Read more...

Maintenance continues on golf courses: here’s why

Although golf remains on hold in Ontario, course maintenance continues as usual, even if conducted by only skeleton staffs. » Read more...

Golf courses should be unique

Golf is the only game defined solely by the ground on which it’s played, superintendents attending December’s 31st annual Ontario Seed Company and Nutrite-sponsored professional turfgrass seminar day were told. » Read more...

Summer Growth Summit with Jeffrey Scott

Aug 24-26, 2020
Location: Des Moines, IA
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SIMA Snow & Ice Symposium

Aug 25-28, 2020
Location: Online
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