EIFG News

  • Results from nutrient survey show significant reduction in use

    Superintendents have significantly decreased their use of nutrients and fertilizers, according to results from GCSAA’s recently released Nutrient Use and Management Practices Survey. The survey is part of the second phase of the Golf Course Environmental Profile and is compared to recent data from the 2006 survey.

  • Twenty students win Legacy Award scholarships

    Madalyn Ferlazzo, daughter of Rob Ferlazzo, CGCS at Cameron Hills Golf Club in Fredericksburg, Va., is one of the 20 recipients of a 2016 Legacy Award scholarship from GCSAA. The award, funded by EIFG and Syngenta, is open to children and grandchildren of GCSAA members who have been active for five or more consecutive years. The recipients each receive $1,500.

  • Garske Grant winners announced

    GCSAA has awarded its 2016 Joseph S. Garske Collegiate Grants to Allison Taylor, Kylie Higaki, Kyra Schell, Madalyn Rae Ferlazzo and Ashley Kubel. The program helps children and stepchildren of GCSAA members fund their education at an accredited college or trade school with with a one-time grant. The Garske Grants are sponsored by Par Aide and funded by the EIFG.

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    Rounds 4 Research: Auctioning rounds of golf to fund turfgrass research

    GCSAA chapters are signing up to partner in the EIFG's program to raise research funds on the local level.

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