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We had so much fun...We're hosting another ballgame outing with the help of Aquatrols

August 29th, Regions Field and this time we have fireworks!

The Alabama Chapter and Mark Cleveland with Aquatrols invites you to attend the Birmingham Barons vs. Pensacola baseball game on Friday, August 29th. Thanks to Aquatrols we have reserved space in the Homerun Porch and the admission will include a hot dog or hamburger!Meet with us at Good People Brewery across from the Ball Park to pick up tickets for you and your family! Regions Field, the state-of-the-art 8,500 seat facility in the heart of downtown replaced Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, the home of the Barons since 1988. A great venue and a great game. Make plans to join us there!
Game starts at 7:05. Meet us at Good People between 5:30-6:30 to pick up your tickets or plan with Melanie in advance to leave at will call.Good People Brewery is at 114 14th St SouthPhone: (205) 326-4229

Thanks to aquatrols


September 9, 2014
Chapter Meeting with
Technician's Seminar
Limestone Springs Golf Club

(Please note that the venue has been changed! Date and education program remain the same.)

Our education program for Superintendents includes a roundtable discussion featuring John Freeman, CGCS, Lee McLemore, CGCS and Jim Simmons, CGCS entitled, "Weathering the Storm: High Profile, High Intensity."

Again this year we will hold a Technician's Workshop in conjunction with our Superintendents Meeting. The education program will feature welding techniques and safety, an ethonol presentation by ECHO and Tier 4 demonstrations by the major equipment companies. For a complete schedule CLICK HERE.


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2014 Donnie Arthur Tournament Around the Corner at Willow Point


YOU MAY STILL DONATE FOR THE AUGUST 1-10 AUCTION. Click on the link below and fill out the form on-line. Your club will not need to furnish paper certificates.

Through an online platform, rounds of golf (a foursome) are auctioned to the public, providing access to golf courses many likely never have had the opportunity to enjoy. The program is being operated by the Environmental Institute for Golf, the philanthropic organization of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America.

The program is a win-win for the golf industry and for golf enthusiasts. Specifically, through funds generated by Rounds 4 Research, the game of golf is protected by developing new grass types, enhancing environmental stewardship, advocating for positive public policy towards golf and educating future golf course managers.

To learn more about Rounds 4 Research, visit Facilities can donate rounds of golf and golfers can learn more about the 2014 auctions to be conducted June 9 - 22 and August 1-10.

Thanks to all those clubs who have donated rounds to the Alabama Chapter. CLICK HERE for list of donors!

Fall Fertilization: Prepare for Healthier Turf Next Spring

Presented by by Koch Agronomic Services, LLC
Join us for a Webinar on August 21

Space is limited.Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

The spring of 2014 was a tough one for many courses, especially in the Northern U.S. After a difficult winter, superintendents dug their way out of the snow to discover that many greens and tees did not survive the harsh conditions. Fall fertilization is an integral part of healthy spring turfgrass growth and can play an important role in recovering from winter conditions. This is equally true in both cool- and warm-season grasses; the challenges and resulting programs will vary depending on climate. In this webinar, John Kruse, Ph.D., reviews critical planning and implementation of a fall fertilization program that will enable the plant to store energy in the roots and prepare for stronger growth and regeneration the following spring. This knowledge is valuable to superintendents working in any climate.

Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

After registering you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joinin the webinair.


Update on Winter Kill and What to Do Next from Dr. James McCurdy

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A Pesticide Best Management Practices Template has been set up behind the Member Portal to help members with record keeping. To access at the link below you must be first go to the member portal and log in. This form will help streamline your compliance process. Many thanks to Mike Posey for designing this form for our Chapter. Click Here to Access.



In the turf industry, we rely on Best Management Practices in our water management, pest management, and fertility programs.  These programs are beneficial in many different ways, often saving our respective courses money, as well as protecting the environment surrounding our course. The Alabama Chapter implemented a BMP in water conservation efforts in 2013.  With water being the most precious resource to our survival both physically and professionally, it is all the more critical that we care for this resource. Superintendents Click Here to continue reading article and access copy of form.



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Member Benefits

Your Alabama Chapter Membership reaps tangible awards. See below for sportswear and beach discounts:

Registered Members qualify on-line for Discounts on

Columbia Sportswear

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 Registered members qualify for
20% savings on beach accomodations
in Panama City. Click here to learn details.
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