February 2012
Golfdom;Feb2012, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p25
The article focuses on the findings of the Golf Industry Show (GIS) survey on the importance of GIS to the careers of golf course managers (GCMs) and their opinion on the needed effort and capital to maintain putting greens. Based on results, majority of the GCM respondents plan to attend the 2012 GIS in Las Vegas, Nevada, and believe that the GIS is important to their careers. Moreover, GCMs state that the most valuable thing about the GIS is education.


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