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MATT LEVERICH:

Career & Tech Interchange
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    "One major issue seems to come up in the vast majority of references -- no diversification! What does this mean? Well, most only list their peers (superintendents) on their references page. While this might be a good idea f..."   Read more →

JIM McLOUGHLIN:


Career Advancement is JOB ONE!
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Interning at Lahinch
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JOE FEARN:

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The Mindful Superintendent
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DAVE WILBER:

The Turfgrass Zealot
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JEFF LENIHAN:

Pitch Prep in the UK
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