The turf care center is a unique and highly specialized site at your facility. The opportunity to design and construct a new building doesn’t come along often; but what changes can you make to improve labor and equipment flow? In this 90-minute webinar, Mike Vogt, CGCS, will show how proper space programming and advanced planning can save time and money for your operation. He’ll also cover options on equipment fleet space requirements, accommodations for staff, and even site selection (just in case you are building something new!). Listen in for tips you can use no matter what your budget.
Original presentation date: Mar. 6, 2014
Education points: 0.2
Read a related article published in the USGA Green Section Record, April 4, 2014 edition
About the instructor
Mike Vogt, CGCS, CGIA, is an independent golf business consultant and affiliated with McMahon Group's architecture and data acquisition divisions, specializing in golf. Vogt is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University’s golf turf management program. In 1990, he was President of the Illinois Turfgrass Foundation and earned its Distinguished Service Award in 1995. Vogt has more than 25 years of golf course construction and maintenance experience, serving as a golf course superintendent and club general manager. He has been a Certified Golf Course Superintendent since 1987 and is also a Certified Golf Irrigation Auditor (CGIA) since 2005, accredited by Irrigation Association. Vogt consults with clubs and golf courses on a variety of topics - agronomic issues, turf care center master plans, golf course asset reserve studies, business plans and more.
Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $60