Curtis Tyrrell, CGCS, MG, from Medinah Country Club shares his career story and talks about what it means to be a Penn State Alum. Curtis graduated from the Golf Course Turfgrass Management Program (2-year program) in 1996 and recently hosted the Ryder Cup.
Dollar spot is probably the most important or chronic disease of turfgrass on golf courses. As a turfgrass manager you understand how detrimental dollar spot can be both to the turf and to your budget. Dr. Kaminski’s lab at Penn State is currently conducting research experiments focusing on pertinent issues relating to the turfgrass disease dollar spot
Jeff Markow, CGCS talks about how mentoring has impacted his life and how he is passing that on to the future generation of the industry. He acknowledges that he wouldn’t be where he is without his mentors and how he hopes to be able to extend a helping hand to those ready to learn. Read
Thirteen undergraduate students in the Turfgrass Science major traveled to Ireland and Scotland with faculty and staff from May 9th- May 17th as part of TURF 499, an embedded international study course. The course involved weekly lectures during the 2016 spring semester on the history, design, and management of golf courses and athletic fields in
Congratulations to the Spring 2016 Penn State Turf graduates!
Check out the photo album from the 2-Year Program 2016 Graduation!
It's finals week here on campus for the undergraduates and the 2-year students are already working hard on their internships around the world. In fact, my first internship visit (I visit each one of my interns every summer) will take place one week from today in...
At our last annual meeting, in San Diego California, a healthy conversation occurred based on the general direction, meeting format, dues and whether the association should enlist a commercial partner to help defray costs, among other topics.