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How Your Golf Course Can Quickly Recover from Winter Damage

By Pat Gross on April 27, 2022
Golf courses throughout the northern part of the country are just starting to enjoy spring weather, and some are...

Earth Day 2022: Remembering the Benefits of Turf

By Pat Gross on April 21, 2022
Earth Day was first held April 22, 1970, to demonstrate support for environmental protection. When we consider the...

Recommended Practices for Sand Topdressing Greens

By Pat Gross on April 19, 2022
Sand topdressing has been a critical practice to produce smooth, healthy putting greens dating back to the early days...

Proper Care of Lakes on Your Golf Course

By Pablo Reis on April 5, 2022
Golf course designers often build a pond or lake leaving the course owners and superintendents without guidance...

Top 3 Tips for Spring Transition to Bermudagrass on Your Golf Course

By Pat Gross on March 29, 2022
Even though conditions are perfect right now at golf courses that overseeded for the winter, March is the time to...

Five Reasons Why Pre-Emergent Herbicides Sometimes Fail

By Pat Gross on January 26, 2022
It can be frustrating to see breakthroughs of crabgrass and goosegrass in the spring and early summer after a...

Winter Preventive Maintenance Practices for Golf Course Irrigation Systems

By Pat Gross on January 24, 2022
Exercising mainline valves should be done at least once per year as part of a good preventive maintenance program for...

What to Do When August Exposes Your Golf Course's Weakness

By Pat Gross on August 26, 2021
If your golf course has any problems, they will likely show up in August. Here’s what you can do about it.

How to Quickly Audit Your Golf Course Control System

By Steve Sakurai on July 28, 2021
As we continue with our golf course maintenance DIY series, conducting an audit of your database and central control...

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

By Steve Sakurai on May 18, 2021
Would you answer “yes” to any of these questions?

A Game Plan for Golf Player Retention

By Steve Sakurai on May 5, 2021
It was the best year for golf in over two decades. With 2020 in our rearview mirror, the National Golf Foundation (NGF)

Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply Further Grows Golf Sales Team with Pat Gross

By Veronica Biczo on March 18, 2021
March 18, 2021, PHOENIX— Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply recently expanded its golf team, adding Pat Gross,...

Key Concepts from Ewing’s Turf Talks at the Golf Industry Show

By Steve Sakurai on March 17, 2021
Like many of you, we haven’t missed a Golf Industry Show (GIS) in decades. Though each GIS had their own twists, this...

Fall Fertilization Strategy for Greening Up Golf Courses

By Steve Sakurai on September 24, 2020
In the same way you might develop a strategy for your golf swing, the golf course itself requires a strategic plan too....

How This Green Golf Course Went All-In on Sustainability (and Won an Award)

By Ewing Irrigation on February 28, 2019
How does a golf course slash its water bill by nearly $1 million per year and still provide playable greens and a...

Preparing the Course: What is Takes to Set Up for the Waste Management Phoenix Open

By Ewing Irrigation on January 29, 2019
Every January, hundreds of thousands of golf lovers head to Scottsdale, Arizona to enjoy “The Greatest Show on Grass.”...

Three New Ways to Maintain Perfect Golf Holes

By Ewing Irrigation on October 9, 2018
Are your cup cutters getting worn out and difficult to use–or are you looking for ways to save some time on day to day...

6 Steps for an Easier Golf Overseeding Season

By Ewing Irrigation on August 16, 2018
Many superintendents are already thinking about preparing their greens for fall and winter and with good reason—it can...

The Innovative Bunker Liner Making Washouts Disappear

By Ewing Irrigation on June 14, 2018
Does a heavy rain bring feelings of frustration when you think about your sand traps? Then you may have #BunkerProblems.

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