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April 2013
Golfdom;Apr2013, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p14
The article profiles golf operations superintendent Mike Osley at Saddle Rock Golf Course (GC) in Aurora, Colorado. It notes that Osley earned his turf degree from Lake City Community College and worked at seven golf courses before settling in at Saddle Rock GC. Osley claims that he is a man of faith and he used his iPad for the irrigation, weather, and to take some notes drawn on the golf course.


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