Review of the 2013 Education Seminar
During the China Golf Show, held from March 22 to March 24, 2013 in Beijing, the Golf Course Superintendents’ Association of America (GCSAA), the Golf Course Builders’ Association of America (GCBAA) and the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) conducted an Education Forum.
The Education Forum focused on administrative management for the golf course superintendent, proper construction techniques for building a golf course. It also explored the irrigation system, why following specifications is important, thatch management for putting greens: how to control and manage thatch and golf architecture: the development process simplified.
The conference served as a rich learning experience for attendants, predominantly golf course and turf managers, as it offered recommendations from highly respected professionals, on course improvement.
Over the two days, more than 400 golf professionals took part in talks and shared experiences with top international experts.
President of GCSAA talks about administrative management for the golf course superintendent
Kenne James, expert from GCBAA, talks about irrigation system, why following specifications is important
Lee Schmidt, expert from ASGCA, talks about golf architecture: the development process simplified.
Review of the 2012 Seminar
The 2012 Seminar Program included special closed door events from leading industry associations. These must-attend events include two-days of seminars by the GCSAA and a high-level panel from the GCBAA, and are relevant for superintendents, construction experts, facility managers, golf course architects, property developers and turf maintenance staff.