On Nov. 14, GCSAA and six golf allied associations submitted official comment to the federal docket outlining concerns with the EPA's proposed rule regarding "waters of the United States." GCSAA was also signatory to comments submitted on behalf of the Waters Advocacy Coalition.
Both GCSAA members and non-members can now register for the 2015 Golf Industry Show, Feb. 21-26, in San Antonio, Texas. Visit the new GIS website to learn more about the GCSAA Golf Championships; browse the GCSAA Education Conference lineup – featuring 84 seminars and a variety of new sessions; and begin planning with the interactive floor plan and exhibitor directory. You'll also find tools such as the Attendee Justification Resource to help you demonstrate to your employer the many benefits to your facility of attending the show.
Meet the candidates for the 2015 GCSAA Board of Directors by viewing their videos now available on GCSAA TV. The election will take place during the Annual Meeting Feb. 26 in San Antonio.
On Oct. 14 and 15, 87 delegates representing 91 GCSAA-affiliated chapters met in Lawrence, Kan., for the 2014 Chapter Delegates Meeting. Over two days of meetings, the delegates heard presentations from candidates for the 2015 board of directors and participated in small group and town hall discussions.
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This region includes Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.