MINNEAPOLIS—In their journey to make Toro Co. the golf course guru of water conservation, company officials spent years and millions developing a new
PALM SPRINGS, Calif.— Representatives of golf courses recently announced plans to create a task force focused on reducing the water footprint of the C
EVANSTON, Ill.—About a year ago, the Evanston-Wilmette Community Golf Course Association was in dire need of help.
Former European Tour pro Chris van der Velde made a wise choice when he asked Evans Scholar Chris Condon to caddie for him at the 2008 Pacific Northwe
The Northwest Turfgrass Association (NTA) has honored Bill Griffith, a long time Walla Walla Community College Turf Management teacher.
DEVON, England—Exeter Golf and Country Club was built in 1929 and recently a housing developer was granted planning permission to build 200 new homes
Every landscaper knows investing in proper equipment is a costly adventure. So, why would you chance it all on improper safety measures?
Last November, Al Sewasciuk purchased a $550,000 home on the tony White Eagle Golf Club in Naperville, Ill., a Chicago suburb. The 32-year-old salesma
It’s that time of year in the desert, something that tends to bring out the same comments summer after summer.
It’s common for golfers to find eagles and albatrosses on golf courses all over the world, but for one New Yorker playing in Mexico, it was a crocodil
Whatever furloughed federal workers do with the unsolicited time off, they're apparently not playing golf.
The former Montana greenkeeper whose name was in jeopardy of being removed from a municipal golf course will remain in place.