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Don’t stop believin’ Tournament for a cause Recap: todd kochanowski

Don’t Stop Believin’ Recap: Todd Kochanowski, SDGCSA Past President   This year’s prostate cancer awareness fundraiser, “Don’t Stop Believing” marked 3 years of successful fundraising hosted by the SDGCSA. This year we shifted gears and brought the event to one of San Diego’s finest, Del Mar Country Club. Host Superintendent Chris Erickson and his team did …

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From the Field: Jeff Jensen, GCSAA Field Staff, Southwest Region 

From the Field: Jeff Jensen, GCSAA Field Staff, Southwest Region 2018 had its share of challenges for the golf industry nationwide, but I’m glad to say that because of all your support, GCSAA will be 18,000 members strong heading into the 2019 calendar year. Much of that growth has been fueled by the expansion and …

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From the Field: Jeff Jensen, GCSAA Field Staff, Southwest Region 

I hope this finds you all doing well and enjoying some Spring weather. It’s hard to believe Summer is right around the corner! The Hi-Lo Desert GCSA, San Diego GCSA and GCSA of Southern California Board of Directors met at Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club for the inaugural Southern California Tri-Chapter Board Retreat. …

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Meet the Super: Phil Fitzgerald, Golf and Tennis Supervisor, City of Coronado

For those that have been in the Association for a while, you may recall the Inforemer Newsletter used to highlight the Golf Course Superintendents that were hosting the SDGCSA monthly meeting or other event at their facility. With this version of Turf Pros, we are happy to once again recognize the Superintendents that step up …

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Affiliate’s Corner: Erin Novotny, SDGCSA Affiliate Representative, Turf Star

We’ve all heard the dreaded phase, ‘tier 4’ when discussing the purchase of new equipment, but what exactly is it and what do we need to know to maintain it? In the 1970’s the Environmental Protection Agency created 4 tiers of emission standards that would be required in a given time frame for all diesel …

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