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Assistant & Crew Training Day, Sparta

Nov 1

Sprayers 101 & Basic Set-Up and Reel Maintenance. Platinum Partner Spartan Distributors welcomes all MiGCSA Members and their staff to the Assistant & Crew Train

Michigan Golf Business Annual Conference & Vendor Fair

Nov 26

The largest gathering of golf course owners and operators in Michigan

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That's a wrap, the 2018 weather review and winter forecast #TurfChat is now available for viewing. Thank you to Dr. Jeff Andresen, MSU Professor & State Climatologist for Michigan along with @jfulling & @SaginawCCturf for joinig us https://t.co/yxHOi0Xr6m

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Make Plans To Outfox Foxtail, USGA Central Region Update

October 22, 2018
Foxtail and other aggressive annual grasses can quickly transform wispy stands of fescue into unplayable jungles. Some weed species, such as dandelions, are a problem you can count on seeing every spring. In contrast, many courses have good years and bad years dealing with crabgrass or goosegrass based on the weat…

2018 Match Play Championship Results

October 19, 2018
The inaugural MiGCSA Match Play Championship concluded on October 4th at Muskegon Country Club. The championship match came down to the team of Bill O’Connell and Kevin Haak who advanced from the Western Bracket defeating the Detroit/Mid team of Greg Pattinson and John Francour versus the team of Dr. Kevin Frank

2018 Heritage Scholarships

October 15, 2018
Application Deadline is November 15th, 2018
The Heritage Scholarship is an award of $1,500 that is offered through the Michigan Golf Course Superintendents Association. The award is available to the dependents of our active members who are enrolled in a post high school education curriculum. Funding for this sch

Water Wand Works Wonders, USGA Central Region Update

October 11, 2018
This custom water wand makes quick work of clearing debris from putting surfaces before mowing. Autumn is upon us. It won’t be long before acorns, black walnuts and other tree debris begin to rain down on putting greens, tees, fairways and bunkers. Tree debris can become a nuisance for golf course management, espe…
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