SNAG is designed to introduce new people to the sport, and is a fun and easy way to learn to play golf at any age. In this 90-minute webcast, Steve Southard, CGCS, presents a case study on the Cattail Creek Mini-Course, a facility that combines a nine-hole real grass putting course with nine holes of SNAG-friendly golf. Southard explains how this new facility has impacted golf in his community, increasing play as well as revenue.
Congratulations to the latest GCSAA members to earn their status as Certified Golf Course Superintendents: Matt J. Falvo, CGCS at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, N.Y., and a member of the Central New York GCSA; Ian Peluso, CGCS at Devil's Thumb Golf Club in Delta, Colo., and a member of the Rocky Mountain GCSA; and Glenn Matthews, CGCS at Visalia (Calif.) Country Club, and a member of the GCSA of Northern California. Learn which GCSAA members renewed their CGCS status last month.