Life Changers

Sometimes, one man enters a golf course and another man leaves; more often, the golf course is a courtroom, or a hospital, or a church. [9/21/14]

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The Damage Done

“Every Superintendent is like a setting sun.” [9/20/14]

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The Great Escape

Some Superintendents work excessive hours to escape the presence of others; others toil and labor the escape the presence of themselves. [9/19/14]

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The Helm

It is difficult to manage from the seat of a mower; it is exceedingly difficult to know what to manage from the seat in an office. [9/18/14]

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Questions

Often, it takes many questions to discover the best question. [9/17/14]

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I am Holding On

When a golfer loses his grip, he hits an errant shot; when a Superintendent loses grip, his crew runs amuck and his course grows afoul.  I say it again, when a Superintendent loses his grip, he loses his job. [9/16/14]

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Compassion

A young Superintendent labors to be successful; a wise one longs to be impactful.  [9/15/14...'stolen', and slightly modified,  from Fernando from"Compassion International"]

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