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Publication Type:
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Author(s):Stallman, Custer
Author Affiliation:Greenkeeper, Durand-Eastman Park, Rochester, New York
Title:Golf transformation
Source:The Turf Survey. Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1936, p. 7, 13.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Cleveland, OH: G. A. Farley
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Personal profile; Course profile; Golf course development; Choice of species; Golf course superintendents; Career growth
Facility Names:Genesee Valley Park, in Rochester, New York; Durand-Eastman Park, in Rochester, New York
Subjects' Names:Stallman, Custer
Abstract/Contents:The author describes his experiences as greenkeeper at the Genesee Valley Park in Rochester, New York. "The grass on the so-called greens was the same as that on the fairway except that it was cut shorter and more often. It was ordinary timothy and clover, such as could be found in any hay field." Also describes the author's encounter with a creeping grass in Florida. He discovered a creeping variety in New York and established a golf green with it. Also profiles Durand-Eastman Park, a public golf course located on the shore of Lake Ontario.
Language:English
References:0
Note:Pictures, b/w
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Stallman, C. 1936. Golf transformation. Turf Surv. 1(1):p. 7, 13.
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