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The first ultradwarf zoysiagrass shows promise as an alternative to bermudagrass greens.
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Opportunities to share golf’s good news with policymakers abound.
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GCM’s quarterly roundup of noteworthy golf course development and construction projects.
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Follow GCM’s coverage of all the action at the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio.
Meet the national winners of the 2017 Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards.
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