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Winning Your Conference

Winning Your Conference

Today’s golf business is extremely competitive, with courses vying for every player and every round. You need to have a strategy for taking more than your fair share of players and rounds from your competition. To use a sports analogy, you need a strategy for “winning your conference.” Know Your Competition While every college football coach knows who’s in their conference, the first step in...

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Two Steps to Healthier Greens

Two Steps to Healthier Greens

The greens are the most expensive asset on your golf course. Renovating a single green can cost upwards of $35,000. Consequently, like many club managers, you may opt to settle for inconsistent greens conditions, renovating only when conditions become unplayable. What you may not know is that there’s an easier—and far more cost-effective—solution and all it involves are small changes to your yearly maintenance program. Highly...

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A More Reliable Approach to Preventing Weeds

A More Reliable Approach to Preventing Weeds

Ditch the calendar approach. Manage weeds effectively. Weeds are unpredictable. Some years your course looks great, and other years you wonder why you’re spending as much as $5,000 to $20,000 annually on products that don’t always work how they should. But here’s the crux: The problem isn’t the product. The problem is when the product is used. Why the Calendar Approach Doesn’t Work It’s all...

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A Good Year and More to Follow

A Good Year and More to Follow

Looking back at 2017, we are very thankful. Our clients, long-standing and new, provided opportunities to serve them and their golf courses, and our teams served up consistent professionalism and great work. When our clients are successful, we know we’ve done our job. Here is a look back on some examples of successful partnerships with our clients in 2017. Aiding in the Aftermath of Hurricane...

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