Monthly Archives: April 2014

Deep Waters

A golf course is full of many deep waters; a prudent Superintendent searches them with great care and sincerity. [4/30/14]

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Acts of Convenience

Forgetting to turn-off the irrigation while it is raining is like initiating a new salt remediation program. [4/29/14]

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Blue Turf

A misguided Superintendent uses blue dye to create green turf. [4/28/14]

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One in the Same

A young Superintendent prefers reason over emotion; an experienced one realizes they are offspring of the same parent. [4/27/14]

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Freedom

A Superintendent who knows absolute freedom has escaped the presence of self. [4/26/14]

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Rolling the Dice

When a greenkeeper commits an egregious and ‘knuckleheaded’ mistake, either fire him or forgive him. In the one case, you will reduce your staffing. In the other, you will gain a loyal and grateful employee, and, perhaps, acquire a life-long … Continue reading

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Blowing in the Wind

Without money, a Superintendent is like a blade of grass blowing in the wind. [4/24/14]

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