Getting Away from Lush and Green

Pioppi, Anthony
November 2010
Golfdom;Nov2010, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p30
The article focuses on the reduction of water usage in maintaining golf courses, advocated by the United States Golf Association (USGA). It cites the practice of Peeble Beach Co. to reduce water in its golf course, whose turf grass appeared to be sick and dying but still an effective playing ground. USGA president Jim Hyler organized the initiative for water reduction and discusses the advantages of the initiative.


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