2007 Superintendent of the Year

Archer, Kristine
October 2007
GreenMaster;Oct2007, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p6
This article profiles Blake McMaster, the 2007 Superintendent of the Year recipient for his work in the golf industry, as awarded by the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA). McMaster is in charge of running the Royal Montreal Golf Club (RMGC). An overview of McMaster's career is presented. Commentary from McMaster is featured; he discusses his thoughts on receiving the award, and focuses on his accomplishments and least enjoyable aspects as a golf course superintendent.


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