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Committed to change Committed to change After years of research, converting from cool-season grass to Champion Bermudagrass was the right move at Duke University Golf Club. News and people briefs News and people briefs United Turf launches azoxystrobin fungicide, Engage reaches deal to market fungicide/animal repellent, Bayer names Batisky as sales manager Turf Pride completes buyout of Trion Lifts Turf Pride completes buyout of Trion Lifts Trion has been manufacturing lift equipment for the turf industry for more than 20 years. Minnesotans celebrate Toro Day Minnesotans celebrate Toro Day More than 2,000 people, including the governor of Minnesota and the mayor of Bloomington help mark the copmpany's 100th anniversary. Golden moments Golden moments The Jack Nicklaus Museum at Ohio State University highlights the Golden Bears contributions to golf and the importance of family on his career. Can your dog say 'cheese?' Can your dog say 'cheese?' The TurfNet dog calendar has been honoring golf course dogs and their efforts since 2002. Nomination deadline for next year's calendar is July 31. Deere's summer tour includes A Model mowers Deere's summer tour includes A Model mowers A Model mowers include five new fairway mowers, two trim and surrounds mowers as well as a rough mower. California's water story needs Hollywood ending California's water story needs Hollywood ending Although it might not appear so, California's golf industry has been a proactive leader on water issues, and that isn't easy in a place with so many challenges. The haves and the have-nots The haves and the have-nots Three pro events are heading to city-owned Harding Park in San Francisco, while Gleneagles, its sister proper from the wrong side of the tracks, faces closure. Endangered bats thrive on 90-year-old Florida course Endangered bats thrive on 90-year-old Florida course With fewer than 1,000 remaining in the wild, the endangered Florida bonneted bat is enjoying a revival on a 1923 Donald Ross layout in the shadows of downtown Miami.





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