The Art of doing it cheap

December 2013
Golfdom;Dec2013, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p26
The article focuses on several issues facing golf course superintendents in the U.S. It highlights issues about restrictive budget as well as the impact of the country's weak golf market in the industry. Other significant issues including low budget golf courses and no-budget golf courses are discussed.


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