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Women Shaping the Future of Golf Course Management: Insights from the 2024 USWO and USO Volunteers

For the fourth year, women in the turfgrass industry, known as the Women in Turf (WIT) Team, have come together to volunteer at the US Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club. This year, another milestone was reached as a group of women also volunteered at the 2024 US Men’s Open at Pinehurst. Read their stories on how the women continue to "Break the Turf Grass Ceiling."


Green Start Academy 2024 Application Window Begins June 12th

"The Green Start Academy not only provides Assistant Superintendents with a full education program, but the program also offers networking opportunities and exclusive events that make impressions and memories that last a lifetime. Rain Bird is proud to continue to grow the industry through this program in partnership with John Deere and Envu." said Tony Whelan, national sales manager, Rain Bird Golf division.


Conway Farms Golf Club

Chicago’s Conway Farms is a modern classic designed by Tom Fazio three decades ago. But, as with many courses of that era, time had taken its toll on bunkers and green complexes, and infrastructure like the original golf course irrigation system had aged. Here’s how they gave it all a new life.


Druids Glen Golf Course

Nestled in 360 acres of countryside between the Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea near Dublin lies a golfing sanctuary called Druids Glen. The course’s aesthetics needed significant updates, and as a result, golf course maintenance and upkeep became a top priority. Thankfully, Rain Bird had a solution.


Golf Club Wien

Vienna has a continental climate. It’s the warmest, driest place in Austria, and Golf Club Wien is located in the warmest, driest part of the city. Add these challenging conditions to an outdated irrigation system that’s unable to apply water uniformly, and you can quickly see why the club needed a reliable, effective long-term solution that enables the greenkeeping team to create and maintain consistent playing surfaces.


The Nest Golf Club

To retake control of an outdated hydraulic irrigation system, the team at The Nest Golf Club searched for an irrigation solution where they could improve water distribution, remotely monitor heads and make routine maintenance easier — and in the process, maintain consistent water pressure levels for the most efficient coverage.

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