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The official podcast of the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America turns a spotlight on the stories of GCSAA's members and the vital role they play in the game of golf's overall success. The podcast is also a vehicle to showcase association products and services that can help members do their jobs better, faster and more cost-effectively.
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Geography exams. In this series, students break down Geography revision topics to their core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online GCSE geog course here: http://bit.ly/2GOT2db
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RevisionPod - English revision made easy.Follow us on Twitter @GRevisionpodEvery week, Mr Forster and Mr Gallie bring you a dose of high energy revision to help you achieve the best possible marks in your English GCSE's. Each episode will look at a different question from your set texts and explore how we would analyse the language and contextual factors and how you can then use this knowledge to boost your essay writing. Click on the bio of each episode to download your GCSE RevisionPod han ...
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Physics exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online course here: http://bit.ly/37Y7XgC
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Biology exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online GCSE bio course here: http://bit.ly/387qVBv
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE History exams. In this series, students go through all of the key events you need to know so you can ace your GCSE History exams. Find your FREE online GCSE History course here: http://bit.ly/2v73km3
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Maths exams. In this series, students break down complicated Maths topics to their core components helping you rock your GCSE Mathematics exams. Find your FREE online GCSE Maths course here: http://bit.ly/37YivNd
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Chemistry exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online course here: http://bit.ly/2to1AEy
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Business exams. In this series, students break down complicated revision subjects to its core components helping you rock your business exams. Find your FREE online GCSE Business course here: http://bit.ly/39b3cRd
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Let us help you revise for your GCSE Media Studies exams. In this series, we break down complicated media studies topics to their core components helping you rock your GCSE Media Studies exams. Find your FREE online GCSE Media Studies course here: http://bit.ly/2tmlIa3
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Short podcasts to help you learn content for AQA GCSE science for Biology, Chemistry and Physics whether you're doing Separate or Combined Science. Don't forget to check out The Science Break on Youtube, @thesciencebreak on Insta and of course the website, thesciencebreak.com.
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Focusing on the Edexcel course for GCSE History (UK exams). These Really Good Revision podcasts are aimed at helping students prepare for their GCSE exams. Specialist topics include Richard and John (series 1), the American West (series 2), Weimar and Nazi Germany (coming soon), Medicine 1250-present (coming soon) and World War I medicine (coming soon). Also check out reallygoodrevision Geography with Mr Goodman for GCSE AQA Geography podcasts.
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Welcome to the GCS Podcast: Igniting Your Evangelism Mastery! Are you prepared to kindle the flames of your passion for sharing the Gospel and effecting transformative change in people's lives? Your journey begins here. Allow us to introduce you to the GCS Podcast, where we embark on an exploration of the intricate art of evangelism. Here, we will navigate the intricate web of principles, practices, and processes that will empower you to become a formidable transformational evangelist. Our g ...
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As a part of a partnership between GCM and John Deere, this episode of the GCSAA Podcast celebrates Women's Golf Day 2024 — which runs an entire week this year, May 28-June 4 — with a panel discussion among four women working in turfgrass management about the state of the women-in-turf movement. Devon Carrol, solution development manager with Envu,…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast features GCSAA’s 87th president, Jeff White, CGCS. Jeff and podcast host Scott Hollister peel back the turf to reveal the meticulous craft of keeping a club like Indian Hills Country Club in pristine condition while navigating the strategic fairways of the GCSAA. Jeff talks about his introduction to the industry, h…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe Hope is a beautiful thing. It rings through Dickens' novella like the bells of Christmas day, but is it the right kind of hope? Let's look at how a relatively simple idea can be transformed into a top-level essay response. Get the hand …
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe Can you become a better person without the help of four spirits? Perhaps so, but it might not be as fun or filled with powerful imagery. Lock in for a spooky journey, as we look at how you turn Dickens' ghostly figures into a top level …
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe You can't really write about A Christmas Carol without getting into Dickens' social message; so why not turn it into an entire essay, we thought. Enjoy! Get the hand out here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LeEqKrpEIe-4Djdnet7PXjEaHQ_…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe The best essays will move around a text and show a detailed understanding of the work as a whole. And you will need to be able to do this to ace this question. Can a man who murders his king be called a hero? In order to be a true villa…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe A change is as good as the rest, they say. But is that true for our star-cross'd lovers? Mr Forster and Mr Gallie explore how you would construct and execute a top level essay on what Shakespeare's tragedy teaches us about the power of …
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe An unlikey character question? Perhaps, but one that may unlock interesting ideas for other questions as well. We explore the significance of the Nurse and how you could use her to explore the deeper themes in the play. Get the hand out…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe Happiness, the key to a long and... happy life. In this episode we look at the many forms happiness takes in the novella and ask what does it really mean to be happy (hint: it's not about money!). Get the hand out here: https://drive.go…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe Death, death and more death. But does it have to be as gloomy as all that? Mr Forster and Mr Gallie explore how your essay on death in A Christmas Carol may have a surprisingly uplifting vibe. Get the hand out here: https://drive.google…
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Subscriber-only episode Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe In this episode of RevisionPod, we look at Macbeth and Banquo's contrasting attitudes to the supernatural and what it can tell us about beliefs at the time (hint: don't trust those witches!). Get the hand out here: https://drive.google.…
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A nice cheery one for you today listeners, as we explore the theme of death in Romeo and Juliet! Subcsribe to GCSE English Revisionpod + here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/227488/subscribe Get the hand out here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OGOFqnVS99TzJLhXY_nINm2kg2vrN6Og/view?usp=sharing Follow us on X: @Grevisionpod Email us: englishrevisionpo…
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This episode turns the tables on the longtime host of this podcast, Scott Hollister, as he prepares to depart GCSAA after 26 years on the job. Scott offers us a candid look into his long tenure with GCSAA and GCM , from the adrenaline of the 2000 U.S. Open to the solidarity felt during the industry's trials post-9/11. Alongside Howard Richman, Scot…
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When life throws a curveball, how do you swing back? In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, Jason Sfire, an incredible advocate for adaptive athletics, opens up about his journey as an adaptive athlete in golf — a narrative that's as much about his own conquests as it is a beacon for inclusivity and accessibility in sports. In a heartfelt discussion…
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Amy Bockerstette caught the attention of the golf world in 2019 after getting the opportunity to play the famed 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale with professional golfer Gary Woodland during a practice round for the Waste Management Open. On this episode of the GCSAA Podcast — recorded live during the 2024 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in Phoenix — we…
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On this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we take a look back at the year that was in 2023 and a look ahead to what's ahead in 2024 with association CEO Rhett Evans. We review high points from the year that was, including the GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in Orlando (7:30), Rounds 4 Research (11:30), First Green (20:55) and the Women's Leadership Aca…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast features another in our occasional "Legends of Turf" series as we sit down with Don Hearn, CGCS Retired. Hearn is the current executive director of the GCSA of New England, but his influence extends well past that role. He spent nearly 40 years as a working superintendent in New England, including a 29-year stay at…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast dives into the wild kingdom that has been Seven Canyons Golf Club in Sedona, Ariz., this fall with two folks responsible for the care of that property — Director of Agronomy Andy Huber and Assistant Superintendent Emily Casey (@emcaseyturf). The team at Seven Canyons has been dealing with widespread turf damage cau…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast — recorded live from the soon-to-be-opened clubhouse at The Dunes Golf and Tennis Club on Sanibel Island, Fla. — we sit down with Roy Jones and Kyle Sweet, CGCS, to discuss their experiences as golf course superintendents who experienced Hurricane Ian one year ago. Jones oversees The Dunes, while Sweet is in cha…
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On this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, guest host Kayla Kipp, CTEM, the equipment manager at Nemacolin Resort in Farmington, Pa., sits down for a wide-ranging discussion with Bri Kenny, who is the manager for environmental science with Troon. The pair talk about Kenny's career, golf's growing sustainability movement and their experiences in the wome…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down with Zac Reicher, Ph.D., a Green Solutions Team Specialist for Envu, which has sponsored this podcast almost since its inception. We talk with Reicher about his path into a career in turf, his long stint as a member of the academic community, his role with Envu and how he works with golf course supe…
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This episode features a conversation with Bubba Wright, the GCSAA Class A superintendent at Pebble Beach Golf Links, as he and his team prepare for the 2023 U.S. Women's Open, July 3-9. We talk about what's gone into readying the course for the first women's professional event to be contested at Pebble Beach since the 1940s, Wright's long affiliati…
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As a part of a partnership between GCM and John Deere, this episode of the GCSAA Podcast celebrates Women's Golf Day 2023 — which runs an entire week this year, May 31-June 6 — with a panel discussion among five women working in or pursuing careers in turfgrass management about the state of the women-in-turf movement. Kayla Kipp, CTEM, the equipmen…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down with Chris Tritabaugh from Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn., to discuss a wide variety of topics, most notably his foray into blogs, social media, podcasts and his new Substack newsletter as a way to communicate with golfers and his colleagues around the industry. You can find him at @C…
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On the 50th episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we dive into the ways technology is affecting the business of golf course management by talking with Matt Muhlenbruch, CGCS, from Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles. Following a recent major renovation, Hillcrest has adopted a number of high-tech tools in the management of the property — from soil sensor…
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Recorded live at the 2023 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, this episode features Josh Sens from Golf Magazine, who was among the media members who covered CTS. We talk about the popular Super Secrets column he produces for Golf.com, some of the favorite stories he's written during his career (hint: it includes an unauthorized trip to Nor…
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Recorded live at the 2023 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, this episode features Matt Pringle, Ph.D., the managing director of the USGA Green Section. We discuss his unique path to his current role with the Green Section, the launch of the new GS3 greens management tool and the role Green Section agronomists play in the preparation for t…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast features a conversation with Gilles Gaillou, the CEO of Envu, the newest company to enter the golf course management business. Born from Bayer Environmental Science and featuring all the same products from that company that superintendents will be familiar with, Envu is nonetheless an all-new entity that launched i…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast takes a deep dive into the upcoming GCSAA Conference and Trade Show, Feb. 6-9 in Orlando, with some of the GCSAA staff members leading efforts to put together an interactive experience you won't fine anywhere else. We talk with Ed Several, chief marketing officer, about noteworthy hands-on opportunities and the mai…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast goes into the state of equipment management in golf with guest host Hector Velazquez (@HectorsShop on Twitter) chatting with Howard Whitcomb. Both have long histories working as equipment managers on golf courses, and both have found alternate paths following their days working in the industry. This episode feature…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast goes deep into every superintendent's favorite topic — the weather — with Herb Stevens and Garrett Bastardi. Stevens is the founder of Grass Roots Weather, a service that offers personalized weather forecasting for golf course superintendents. He teamed with Bastardi to create the Turf Threat Tracker — or T3 — whic…
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Recorded live from TPC Deere Run during the week of the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic, this episode features Alex Stuedemann, CGCS, the longtime director of golf course operations at the Quad City standout, who is transitioning into a new position as the director of agronomy for the PGA Tour's TPC network of courses. We talk about his time in the Q…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast continues our occasional series of conversations with some of the most influential figures in golf course management as we chat with Mel Lucas, CGCS Retired. Lucas is a 60-year GCSAA member, served as the association's national president in 1980 and has played a vital role in supporting turfgrass management beyond …
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast tips its cap to Women's Golf Day by talking with Lorabeth Catterson, the assistant director of agronomy at Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles. The five-year GCSAA member talks about her career, what first drew her to the profession and the trials and triumphs she's experienced along the way. You can read more ab…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down for a conversation with Craig Kirby, the founder and CEO of Golf. My Future. My Game., which is an effort to create educational and career opportunities in the game for women, millennials, communities of color and children. We talk about Kirby's long career in politics, his role in diversity efforts…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down with newly elected GCSAA President Kevin Breen, CGCS , who is the golf course superintendent at La Rinconada Country Club in Los Gatos, Calif. We talk about his career in golf course management, his passion for industry service and what he hopes to see the association accomplish during his year in o…
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What are frozen conflicts? Did you know that over 3 million people living in Eurasia today are affected by frozen conflicts? Their lives have been frozen in these conditions of political uncertainty and insecurity because while these armed conflicts have been suspended, no peace treaties have been agreed upon to permanently end them.In this episode…
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Pinehurst Resort's Bob Farren, CGCS, is the guest on this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, the second that was recorded live at the 2022 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in San Diego. We talk with Farren about his long, storied career in golf course management, why mentoring others in the business is so important to him, and what it meant to him to be …
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In this episode, recorded live at the 2022 GCSAA Conference and Trade Show in San Diego, we sit down the Chad Mark, the GCSAA Class A superintendent at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. We talk with Chad about his journey into a career in golf course management, the full-scale renovation of Muirfield Village, what went into hosting back-…
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In this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down with GCSAA CEO Rhett Evans to discuss the association's upcoming Conference and Trade Show in San Diego. We go over the latest Covid protocols in California, the reasoning behind the new name and the new schedule for the event, and all the exciting new events and sessions that will be available for …
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast features a conversation with a true legend of golf course management, Paul R. Latshaw. A 56-year member of the association and the winner of the 2014 Old Tom Morris Award, Latshaw shares stories and insights from his long career in the business, his stops at some of golf's most revered properties — Augusta, Winged …
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What can castle Acre tell us about the influence of the Cluniac Order on England? Who were the Cluniacs? And how did the complicated relationships between powerful individual men in this period impact on the revival of monasticism in England? How did monasteries impact on the political, economic and social fabric of this new, Norman state? Buckle i…
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The Historic Site Study for 2021 is Castle Acre Priory; but you can't understand why Castle Acre is so important without the context of monastisicm in Norman england. What is a monastery? Who do monks do? The next episode will dig deeply into Castle Acre and how it links to the rest of Norman England.…
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Alongside the economic and political stability of the Stresemann period came a flowering of Weimar Culture. What did this look like, how did it impact our world today and how did it give the Nazis a wedge issue they could use to gain political traction with people in the countryside?Mr W tarafından oluşturuldu
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On this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we sit down with Trent Manning, the equipment manager at Ansley Golf Club in suburban Atlanta, the winner of GCM's 2018 Most Valuable Technician Award and the host of his own podcast, Reel Turf Techs. We talk about Manning's long career in golf course management, how he's seen the job of the equipment manager c…
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The 2021 GCSAA Golf Championships will be remembered for a variety of reasons, most notably the fact that they had to be postponed from their traditional late-January/early-February slot because of the pandemic. That's why GCSAA is heading to Palm Springs for a stand-alone event this October, so this episode examines this special event, what it too…
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This episode of the GCSAA Podcast gets you ready for the 2021 Ryder Cup with a conversation with Chris Zugel, CGCS, the director of golf course maintenance for the Kohler Co. and Whistling Straits. We talk about how the maintenance team worked past the postponement of the competition in 2020, how his staff and volunteers will navigate the ongoing p…
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On this episode of the GCSAA Podcast, we chat with former GCSAA president Dennis Lyon, CGCS, about his long career in golf course management, his service to GCSAA and why retirement planning for superintendents is as important to long-term success as growing good turf. This episode is presented in partnership with Bayer Environmental Science.…
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