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Over the next few months we are presenting seminars at a few Industry shows on the topic of the “skills” that it takes to be a Golf Course Superintendent and Equipment Technician. The basis of this data collection is to get the top 10 skills that you feel are the most important or desirable or needed to be an effective Golf Course Superintendent or Equipment Manager.  We are collecting this information from a few different perspectives, so there are separate surveys.
 
Please make sure you only fill out the survey that pertains to your position.
 In order for us to collect an appropriate sample size we ask that you forward these links along to others at your Club and as many other Equipment technicians, Golf Course Superintendents and General Managers in your contact list.  
We thank you for your participation, keep an eye out for the seminar offerings and have a great Holiday!!!
 
Stephen Tucker            
Equipment Manager                                                            
Tranquillo Golf Club

 

Pat Finlen CGCS
General Manager
The Olympic Club

 

John Cunningham CGCS
Golf Course Superintendent
Bellerive Country Club                                                          
 
 
Equipment Technicians (complete both):
Top 10 Skills for Equipment Managers: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/22PB6RQ
Top 10 Skills for Superintendents: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NMH92GP
 
Golf Course Superintendents (complete both):
Top 10 Skills for Equipment Managers: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2VWVYDH
Top 10 Skills for Superintendents: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NXYCDV3
 
General Managers:
Top 10 Skills for Equipment Managers: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NXGTYWF
Top 10 Skills for Superintendents: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NNKYV89

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  1. Bob Pruneau
    December 21, 17:09 Reply

    It’s great working for a superintendent that understands and respects the technitions roll at the golf course .Working as a team we can provide great playing conditions for our course everyday .

    The Links at Brunello .
    3rd place …,best new or renovated build in North America in 2015.

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