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Golf Course Products and Services

Make Ewing a Part of Your Team!

We’ll work hard to help you maintain optimal playing conditions on your golf course and support your renovation projects. With access to a dedicated team and through our partnerships with the industry’s top manufacturers, you have access to quality products in-stock when you need them. 

But we’re committed to more than providing irrigation and landscape supplies. Whether you’re a new pro or an industry vet, we’re committed to helping golf course maintenance professionals succeed. No matter what you’re working on, Ewing has the products and experience to help you attain golf course perfection. View your options below, and contact the Ewing Golf Team through the links below with any questions.

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Meet the Ewing Technical Services Team

Questions Welcome - Ask Us About Everything Turf-Care Related

We’ve launched the Ewing T&O Solutions Helpline, available at 480-669-8791 or by email. Manned by Kevin Lewis and Pat Gross, the helpline is your resource when fall armyworms attack your turf or the fescue isn’t coming in just right.

Kevin and Pat will be available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST from Monday through Friday to answer your questions about everything from turf to fert to herbicides. Whatever the topic, our support goes beyond the Ewing blue counter to provide you with the products and support you need to get the job done.

Whether it’s turf product, agronomy, or plant health related, call the Ewing Helpline at 480-669-8791 or email us today!


Meet Kevin Lewis

With 34 years in the green industry, Kevin is here to provide technical support and guidance on enhanced turf health, development of agronomic and liquid fertility programs, reduced water usage, mitigation of drought stress and more.

A graduate of The Ohio State University ATI with a degree in Turfgrass Management, Kevin is also a certified arborist and commercial applicator. After honing his expertise in the green industry for companies like the John Deere Landscapes team and Ecologel Solutions / Arborjet, Kevin now serves in Technical Services at Ewing.


Meet Pat Gross

A 38-year veteran of the golf course maintenance industry, Pat Gross joined Ewing in 2021 working in Technical Services and with Ewing Golf. Pat’s wide range of experience includes 28 years as a United States Golf Association (USGA) agronomist, in turfgrass management, irrigation, and water use efficiency.

During his tenure with the USGA, Pat completed more than 2,000 on-site consulting visits providing practical information to help golf courses conserve water and improve course conditions. Take advantage of Pat’s experience by calling in today!


Exclusive Rain Bird Golf Distributor

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Ewing serves as the exclusive distribution partner for Rain Bird in the following regions. Contact us through the link below for details and dedicated support.

Authorized Rain Bird Distributor areas are marked in green.

  • Arizona
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Georgia
  • Las Vegas
  • Maryland
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Southern Nevada
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia

Find Solutions Fast with Turf Product Apps and Resources

Troubleshoot tough turf challenges with free and paid resources for landscape contractors

From pest and plant identification to project and business management apps, you can Lean On Us for the resources and support you need to get the job done including:

  • Up-to-date supplier guides and product information
  • Free pest, weed, and plant identification apps
  • Lawn, landscape, and site assessment resources
  • Fertilizer, rock, and mulch calculators 
  • Document, invoice, and fleet management apps

Ewing Golf Partners

Whether you're doing an in-house bunker installation, golf course maintenance or a full renovation, you have access to the most reliable brands in the industry. We're proud to partner with:


4 Steps for Selecting a Fall Fertilizer for Your Golf Course

With so many fertilizers on the market, it can be confusing to decide which product is appropriate for a particular situation. Here is a brief checklist to help narrow down the choices and set your golf course up for success this winter.


Looking for answers to specific questions about agronomy? Pat Gross is here to help.

Pat retired from the United States Golf Association (USGA) after a 28-year career as an agronomist and director of the Western Region of the Green Section. During his tenure with the USGA, he completed more than 2,000 on-site consulting visits with a focus on providing practical information to help golf courses conserve water and improve course conditions.

Take advantage of Pat’s in-depth knowledge and experience in the golf industry by submitting your questions below.

Recent Question


ET-Based Irrigation

Q: Is irrigating according to ET the best way to determine how much water to apply to the turf?

A: ET (evapotranspiration) is a measure of how much water evaporates from the soil and transpires through the turf over a 24-hour period. It is a calculated value based on several factors including solar radiation, temperature, humidity, and wind. ET is measured in inches of water. How does that translate into gallons? A 1-inch depth of water covering 1 acre of land (roughly the size of a football field) equals 27,154 gallons. ET is measured by local or on-site weather stations that collect and send the information to the central irrigation controller at the golf course maintenance facility that can then be used for programming the irrigation system.

ET is a good baseline measurement for tracking how much water needs to be added back to the turf as irrigation. Depending on the site conditions and the superintendent’s preference, irrigation can be scheduled each night to replace ET loss or accumulated over several days and applied as one heavy irrigation cycle. Both are valid strategies.

All superintendents know from experience that water demand varies throughout the golf course due to topography, sun/shade patterns, the types of turf and plants being irrigated, and other variables. It is unreasonable to expect that one ET measurement can apply equally throughout the golf course. The most practical approach is to use ET data as a basic guideline for average areas of the golf course, and then refine the irrigation schedule on sections of the golf course based on field observations, soil probe samples, in-ground soil moisture sensor data, and experience.


View more questions and answers, and strengthen your agronomic program today!

Do You DIY?

If you’ve ventured into the do-it-yourself arena for your golf course or if you’d like to, review our library of articles for step-by-step instructions for upcoming do-it-yourself-projects.


How to Do an In-House Bunker Installation Using Capillary Bunker

Improve your bunker conditions with these steps to help you install a bunker liner using Capillary Bunker.


Access Our Expertise and Experience

Ewing’s Golf Team is unparalleled in the golf course industry. We’re known for our high level of support, vast knowledge bank and experience in the industry.

Our helpful, experienced staff are a part of your team. Contact us for quotes and pricing data, product information and best practices for golf course projects big and small.


Ewing Golf Support Team

Ewing’s Golf Team members can help you with information, quotes or general knowledge about golf products and projects. Contact your nearest representative with any questions you might have!

Ewing Golf Sales Team

Brian Hurley
Vice President Golf Sales
Curtis Bruton
Eastern Territory Golf Sales Manager
Steve Sakurai
National Golf Segment Manager

Ewing National Golf Project Sales Support Team

Mark Creighton
National Golf Account Manager
Manny Pina
National Golf Account Manager
Cathy Sanchez
Inside Sales - Golf Division
Lynn Howatt
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Corey Morabito
Inside Sales - Golf Division
Dave Apgar
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Tom Vogt
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Jeff Goldsby
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Mike Cambron
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Michael Morland
Inside Sales – Golf Division
Pat Gross
Inside Sales - Golf Division
Joe Seabold
Inside Sales - Golf Division

Ewing Southwest Golf Support Team

Jordan Gill
Arizona Golf Account Manager
Greg Kelley
Southwest Golf Service Manager
Mike Mastromarino
Arizona Golf Account Manager
Dave Sandrock
Arizona Golf Account Manager

Ewing Northeast Golf Support Team

Alex Ludwig
Northeast Golf Account Manager
Andy Prechtel
Western PA/ West VA Golf Account Manager
Matt Schfano
Northeast Golf Account Manager
Dan Duggi
Northeast Golf Account Manager
Ken Givens
Ken Givens
Northeast Golf Service Manager

Ewing Mid-Atlantic Golf Support Team

Fred Rapp
Mid-Atlantic Regional Golf Sales Manager
Brian Kealy
Mid-Atlantic Golf Service Manager
Brian Reardon
Mid-Atlantic Golf Service Manager
Craig Kraft
Mid-Atlantic Golf Account Manager
Mike Brumbaugh
Mid-Atlantic Golf Account Manager
Mark Sinto
Mid-Atlantic Golf Account Manager
Jim Miner
Mid-Atlantic Golf Account Manager

Ewing Southeast Golf Support Team

Steve Dockery
Southeast Regional Golf Sales Manager
Doug Bradshaw
Southeast Golf Account Manager
Randy Chilton
Virginia Golf Account Manager
Andrew Pace
Southeast Golf Account Manager
Cole Childers
Southeast Golf Account Manager
Tyler Montgomery
Southeast Golf Account Manager
Eric Martin
Southeast Golf Account Manager
Matt Tyburski
Southeast Golf Account Manager

Local Support

With over 250 locations nationwide, Ewing is a leader in the green industry, with strong roots in the communities we serve and lasting relationships with our customers. For 100 years, Ewing's blue counter has served the green industry, and you can rely on Ewing for solutions, product knowledge, troubleshooting and the brands you trust.