Moeller, Adam
July 2010
International Turfgrass Bulletin;Jul2010, Issue 249, p31
The article focuses on the agronomic planning for the U.S. Open golf tournament. It says that the tournament is intended to test the accuracy, distance control, course management skills, and ability of players to recover from difficulty. It states that penal roughs, fairways, firm and course conditions, and the bunkers must be ensured before the tournament. It adds that the regional agronomist of the U.S. Golf Association is in charge of the agronomic preparations for the tournament.


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