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Best Golf Course Superintendent podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Golf Course Superintendent podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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With change on the horizon at Langston and the other DC publics, we wanted to hear from Ernie Andrews, who has been working in some capacity at the historic course for five decades and counting. Ernie has seen it all and played with them all. Langston Golf Course was once a destination for golfers of all types and was affectionately known as the me…
 
Hall of Famer Curtis Strange joins Andy Johnson to discuss his storied career as well as recent events on the PGA Tour. Curtis tells Andy about his closing eagle to win the NCAA Championship, his back-to-back U.S. Open wins, and his near-miss at the 1985 Masters. The conversation also touches on the rise of a beefed-up Bryson DeChambeau and the rec…
 
We sat down with Craig Kirby out at Langston GC in Northeast DC, where he was helping one of the young men he works with get settled into their first day interning at the golf course. Craig is the founder of Golf. My Future. My Game., based in Washington D.C., whose mission is to create opportunities for communities of color within golf. His organi…
 
In this episode of Turfgrass Hotline, Frank Rossi and Lee Butler chat about a warm, wet start to the season during the COVID lockdown, and how both warm- and cool-season grasses struggle with rooting issues from nematodes to take-all! A lively discussion about Asco-whatta? Leaf spot and brown patch in tall fescue. It’s a great day in the Carolinas!…
 
The roller coaster that is the Spring season in the Midwest did not disappoint. In fact, the BEST snow mold year, says Dr. Paul Koch of the University of Wisconsin-Madison... and now summer patch samples, Pythium root issues in areas that are very wet (like Iowa), and using dollar spot model to justify new fairway grasses. Whew! Lot of ground cover…
 
Last week, the National Park Service announced that it would begin negotiations with National Links Trust to operate three municipal golf courses in Washington, D.C. A non-profit founded by Michael McCartin and Will Smith, NLT has partnered with architects Tom Doak, Gil Hanse, and Beau Welling in hopes of renovating the East Potomac, Rock Creek Par…
 
Ohio State professor Karl Danneberger, Ph.D., shares his experience with the Covid-19 virus. Karl was diagnosed with virus in March, spent a month in the hospital at OSU. He talks with us about pre-existing conditions that made him more vulnerable to the disease, his experiences on a ventilator, going through rehab, dealing with some residual healt…
 
For episode three, Jon Eisman had us out to his new teaching studio at Laurel Hill GC in Lorton, Va. Jon talks to us about his start in coaching, who he teaches as well as some of the methods & technology he uses to do so. Jon was recently named to Golf Digest's Best Teachers in the State of Virginia for 2019-2020 & Eisman Golf Academy has been goi…
 
In this episode of the Turfgrass Hotline Pacific Northwest, Frank Rossi chats with the newly minted Dr. Clint Mattox of Oregon State University. Among the overall growing season update, topics include the always present microdochium patch, yellow patch, anthracnose, Poa annua, fine fescue and cultivation research from the lone research center in th…
 
In this episode of Rockbottum Radio, RW changes things up and leads off with Storytime, telling about the time he led a protest movement to overthrow a high school cafeteria. Then, as Anti-Golf occupies Rockbottum CC, turning it into a free "People's Park", chaos is averted as Ludell defuses the situation with a brilliant strategy that involves gol…
 
In our second episode, we visit Ben Ellis at Fort Belvoir Golf Club, who along with a skeleton crew, is working to ensure the 36 holes on the property are in the best possible condition when it re-opens after closing due to Covid-19. Ben has extensive experience as a superintendent at several area facilities, is President of the Maryland Turfgrass …
 
In the inaugural episode of Beltway Golfer, Mike McCartin provides detail on the National Links Trust bid for the lease of East Potomac Park GC, Rock Creek GC & Langston GC. Our discussion takes place at Rock Creek Golf Course, where we also cover some of Mike's other local projects such as the recent renovation at Washington Golf & Country Club an…
 
In this first episode of the (Northeast US Edition) Turfgrass Hotline for 2020, Frank Rossi chats with Rich Buckley, Director of the Diagnostic Clinic at Rutgers University. Rich and Frank discuss the impact of early growth regulation in response to the Covid-19 pandemic on plant stress and pathogens. Snippets on Pythium root rot, annual bluegrass …
 
The current pandemic has invigorated public interest in being out in green space and golfers anxious to get back out and play. In this episode of Frankly Speaking, Frank Rossi and Parker Anderson of Greener Golf explore the science behind our desire for being on the golf course, the conflict with the public regarding community use of the space, and…
 
n this edition of our audio introduction to golf course design, Garrett speaks with architect Andy Staples (@buildsmartrgolf) about collaboration on construction projects. They discuss how Andy works with owners, contractors, and shapers; what “design-build” means and how people often misunderstand it; and whether architects get too much credit. Fo…
 
Steve Cook, the Director of Grounds at Medinah Country Club, joins the podcast. Andy and Steve talk about his long career, including his time in France and his experience prepping courses for major championships. They also discuss Steve’s management style, which has helped produce a number of up-and-coming leaders in the turf industry today.…
 
John Bodenhamer, the USGA's Senior Managing Director, Championships joins Andy Johnson on the podcast. The two talk about John's golf background and his time on some of the great early 80s BYU teams before diving into championship setup. The discussion finishes with a conversation about 2020's USGA Championships and how they will go about filling t…
 
As an appetizer for the upcoming Tiger-Phil (plus Manning and Brady) match, Andy and Garrett speak with golf historian Stephen Proctor about the history of challenge matches. They discuss the importance of rowdy, big-money matches to early golf culture in Scotland, the eventual ascendancy of stroke play as the dominant competitive format, and the w…
 
In this episode of Rockbottum Radio, direct from deep in the TurfNet Zone, Willy preaches the power of positive energy in the face of the negative vibrations emanating from... well, just about everywhere these days. Multi-tasking while preaching, Willy also must deal with troublesome golfers, weakening infrastructure, another Mushroom Burger Day, a…
 
In this episode of the TurfNet Renovation Report, host Anthony Pioppi chats with Dean Sparks, golf course superintendent at Davenport (IA) Country Club about the ongoing improvements being performed in-house under the annual guidance of architects Ron Forse and Jim Nagle. Presented by Golf Preservations and The Andersons.…
 
This episode of the Yolk with Doak features the final part of the conversation Andy and Tom had this past January in Traverse City, Michigan. They discuss a variety of topics, including the challenges of building on linskland, Mike Strantz, Woking Golf Club, stymies, and how golf might mesh with environmentalism.…
 
On Sunday, May 17, four of the best golfers in the world will take on one of the best courses in the world. Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, and Matthew Wolff are set to play in TaylorMade Driving Relief, a televised charity skins match at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida. The rarely publicized Seminole is known as one of Donal…
 
Renaissance Golf Senior Associate Brian Schneider joins Andy to talk golf course architecture. The discussion starts with Brian’s work at North Jersey CC, a Walter Travis design, and ranges from Llanarch CC's above-ground features to Augusta National to Langford & Moreau’s bold shaping. Follow Brian on Twitter (@bschneider126) and Instagram (bschne…
 
Rich Shilling, superintendent of Jeffersonville Golf Course, joins the podcast. Andy and Rich discuss Jeffersonville’s improvement during his time there and the unique challenges of upgrading a course while continuing to allow public play. They also talk about his future plans and how the municipality approaches budgeting for renovations.…
 
In this first episode of Frankly Speaking for 2020, Frank Rossi chats with Jim Koppenhaver (Pellucid Consulting), Stuart Lindsay (Edgehill Golf Advisors), Jamie Robb (superintendent at Marine Drive Golf Club, N Vancouver, BC), and Craig Cochran (supt at Van Patten Golf Club, Albany-area, NY) about the impact of COVID-19 now and moving forward on th…
 
In the third installment of our serialized introduction to golf course design, we explore how architects and shapers make courses feel at home in their surroundings. Specifically, we discuss tie-ins, the features that connect the manmade landforms of a golf hole to the preexisting surroundings. To learn more about this subtle art, Garrett speaks wi…
 
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