OGA-OGCSA Superintendent Spotlight – April 2021

Superintendent Spotlight: Lonny Radford of Astoria Golf and Country Club In this month’s Superintendent Spotlight we feature Lonny Radford who is Golf Course Superintendent at Astoria Golf and Country Club.   Describe your facility in 10 words or less:Very unique links golf course.What hole on your golf course is hardest to maintain (and why)?Hole No. 3. This […]

Oregon and Washington Superintendents, Industry Professionals, and Veterans join forces for a community service project at the Children’s Course in Gladstone, Ore.

Nearly 50 volunteers, a collection of Golf Course Superintendents from the states of Oregon and Washington working together with Military Veterans repaired the Children’s Course from the damages of the recent ice storm and prepared the Golf Course for Spring in a large, collaborative effort on March 8th. This all-volunteer labor force provided time and […]

Golf Continues to be a Positive Contributor to Oregon’s Economy, Environment and Quality of Life

New Report Highlights Total Economic Impact of $1.6 Billion, Making Golf a Standout Industry for the State OR ECONOMIC IMPACT REPORT Download FACT-SHEET-GOLF-ALLIANCE-OREGONDownload (PORTLAND, Ore.) March 16, 2021 – The Golf Alliance of Oregon (GAO), in collaboration with the National Golf Foundation (NGF), has announced that in 2019 golf’s direct economic impact in Oregon was […]

OGA-OGCSA Superintendent Spotlight – March 2021

In this month’s Superintendent Spotlight we feature Evan McFadden who is an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent at Broken Top Club.  Describe your facility in 10 words or less:High desert, big pines, play everyday course, fast greens, private.What is a little-known fact / fun fact about your facility?Signature hole No. 11 has an elevated green sitting above a pumice pit, […]

Oregon and Washington publish Third Edition of BMP guidelines for golf courses

The wait is over! The Environmental – BMP Committee is proud to announce that the Third Edition Environmental Stewardship Guidelines: Best Management Practices for Golf Courses has been published for the states of Oregon and Washington. This was a collaborative effort by three GCSAA-affiliated chapters the Oregon Golf Course Superintendents Association, Western Washington Golf Course […]

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