Last I talked about this year was this was being a “behind the scenes” work year. That means that a lot of work and projects were completed that would may be visible to the regular player but not noticed by the occasional participant. One of the things I worked on for over a year that no one would know about was an article in ‘Golf Course Management Magazine’ one of the publications of the Golf Course Superintendent’s Association of America.
The article is about the art of removing bunkers and what considerations are needed to determine how I want a bunker to play once it is removed and the process it takes to remove one. The reason it took over a year was it takes that long to have a place in the magazine that month to fit the topics you are writing about. Thanks to Megan Hirt the editor from GCSAA I worked with to get the article published.
Here is the link: The Art of Golf Course Bunker Removal.
Mark Novotny CGCS