The Golf Guys on Advice for Future Superintendents – Vol. 5

Advice for Future Superintendents: Observe, Advance Your EQ and Enjoy the Sunshine

While most Golf Course Superintendents get into the business because they enjoy working outside, cutting greens or seeding, often the most difficult aspects of the job deal with time and people management. Establishing the proper balance between work & life at home is vital to staying fresh and motivated on the course. Spending 16 hours a day at work is not the recipe for a pristine golf course. Our own turfgrass expert Jerry Kershasky says it best, “Observation is the key to being successful.”

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