Supplemental Sand Topdressing, USGA Central Region Update

Posted on August 21st, 2019
How strong is the turfgrass along the edges of your putting greens? Is it thick and uniform or thin and uneven? It is quite common to see cool-season turf struggling along the perimeter of the putting surface at this time of year. Much of this damage can be attributed to mechanical injury from routine m…

The Ally Challenge at Warwick Hills

Posted on August 14th, 2019
The Ally Challenge at Warwick Hills September 9th-15th has positions open for ground staff volunteers.
  • Morning and afternoon shifts available
  • Tasks include: bunker raking, divot filling, moisture metering, weed whipping, greens, tee and fairway mowing
  • Admission to watch golf & attend th

Michigan Golf Journal, August 2019

Posted on August 9th, 2019
Welcome to the AUGUST edition of Michigan Golf Journal featuring: Jack Nicklaus returning to Grand Blanc, 2 Michigan Men on the PGA Tour, 5 course reviews, 2 high school players did the right thing … and so much more. Click on Cover below to Read.

2020 Spring Meeting, Save the Date!

Posted on August 6th, 2019
The 2020 Spring Meeting will be held at Greektown Casino in downtown Detroit on February 26th & 27th. The schedule will remain the same as the best 24 hours in turf starting at 1:00 on Wednesday the 26th and ending at 12:30 on Thursday the 27th. More details on speakers, pricing and more coming soon

Quiet Please, USGA Central Region Update

Posted on August 5th, 2019
Air movement is critical for turf health during hot, stressful weather because as air moves across the leaf surface, a thin film of water evaporates and cools the turf. Many facilities – including some of the best in the world – have invested in fans to improve air movement near putting greens whe…
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