Efficient use of water on the golf course is one of many practices that keeps you busy. Cost of labor for hand watering – not to mention the price of water itself – makes this an area where your facility may be spending more than in the past. Steve Southard, CGCS, explains in this 90-minute webinar, how the courses under his care in The City of Loveland, Colo., are now getting more uniform distribution of water. Learn the steps to perform for your own stress testing – from using fewer catch cans to slashing the time spent to just who should perform the test - and what you need to know before you start. While wetting agents and hand watering are normal, Southard presents ways you may be able to reduce these practices, keep quality playing conditions and enjoy a better bottom line.
Original presentation date: Jan. 18, 2017 Education points: 0.2
About the Instructor
Steve Southard, CGCS, is the golf operations manager for the City of Loveland, Colo., where he has worked since 2006. A 12-year member of GCSAA, Southard is also a Certified Park and Recreation Executive. He is president of Pace and Production, LLC, a golf course training and consulting company specializing in pace of play and increasing revenue. Southard has taught both seminars and webinars for GCSAA.