Providing quality playing conditions for your golfers requires expertise, communication and teamwork. Rod Lingle, CGCS, has more than 40 years’ experience as a head superintendent and believes in a systematic approach to management practices. This applies to how you work together to achieve results as well as the quality of the work itself. In this 90-minute webcast, Lingle explains ideas for continuous improvement that will inspire you, and those you work with, to greatness. He'll give tips about critical practices in mowing, including sharpness and precision in setup, thickness of bedknives and of turf.
Original presentation date: Oct. 28, 2015
Education points: 0.2
About the instructor
Rodney Lingle, CGCS, has been a GCSAA member and head golf course agronomist for more than 40 years. He achieved the Certified Golf Course Superintendent designation nearly 30 years ago, is a patent holder for GreensPerfection Brushes and a consultant on turf brushes for The Toro Company. Lingle was named Tennessee Turfgrass Professional of The Year 2007, received an award for Private Course of the Year in Tennessee in 2014, and was named one of the 50 most influential people in the first 100 years of Tennessee Golf by the Tennessee Golf Association. He has been an instructor for the last 9 years for Ultradwarf Greens Mangement Field Day for the USGA and speaks at many turfgrass conferences in his region. Lingle has previously taught webcasts and seminars for GCSAA.
Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $60