And what might happen next?
Remembering a year in the life of friends, new and old.
Golf courses have provided an unexpected safe escape during the COVID-19 pandemic. We look back at how that happened and ahead at whether it might hold.
Despite courses shutting down for weeks or even months early during the pandemic, rounds played increased more than 13 percent in 2020. What can the industry do to hold on to these new golfers?
Ever take working in the United States turf industry for granted? You won’t after learning the plight of a determined agronomist from a nation with little golf infrastructure.
Well-traveled Jordan Roberts is just getting his turf career started and he’s already playing a big part in a highly anticipated project. Thanks to patient bosses, his team will receive ample time to prepare the East Course at PGA Frisco for golfers.
Respect for the land – and the oak trees – takes on a higher meaning at The Journey at Pechanga.
Experts review what they encountered in 2020 and offer suggestions for getting ahead of potential 2021 issues.
Fitting snugly among homes and operating on a summer honor box system, Palm Royale Country Club provides a quaint alternative to the golf gaudiness in California’s Coachella Valley.
Veteran superintendent Ron Furlong reflects on a year unlike any other — on and off the course.