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Events Calendar

10/3/2016
Annual Meeting

 

  

 

 

 


 


 

2016 RMGCSA Cup

Points after the eight meetings



Sponsored by: 

Team Hughes

Team Haines

1. Joe Putnam - Lake Arbor - 21 Points

1. Drew Hunter - Colorado Golf & Turf - 24 Points

2. Kyle Merritt - Eaton CC - 20 Points

2. Jason Aerni - Simplot Partners - 24 Points

3. Eric Strasheim - Murphy Creek - 20 Points

3. Jake Nitschke - Colorado Golf & Turf - 23 Points

4. Scott Ellis - Wellshire - 18 Points

4. Jeremy Potestio - Potestio Brothers - 23 Points

5. Dan Hawkins - Club at Flying Horse - 18 Points

5. Scott Lyons - Potestio Brothers - 21 Points

6. Ed Rockett - Lone Tree - 18 Points

6. Tom Gates - Lake Arbor - 21 Points

7. Todd Zoerink - Valley CC  - 18 Points 

7. Eric Gustafson- Horizon - 20 Points

8. Craig Cahalane - Pole Creek - 16 Points

8. Rick Phelps - Phelps-Atkinson - 18 Points

9. Jordan McCormick - Mariana - 15 Points

9. Jake Jacobs - Flatirons - 18 Points

10. Zach Bauer - Broadmoor - 15 Points

10. Brian McBride - Mile High Turfgrass - 18 Points

11. Eric Foerster - Ironbridge - 15 Points

11. Greg Kitzmiller - Mile High Turfgrass - 18 Points

12. David Brown - Flatirons - 14 Points

12. John Rom - Van Diest - 18 Points

13. 10 tied at 12 points

13. Tim Klein - Syngenta - 18 Points


          

  

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GCSAA pushes for passage of STARS Act

The Simplifying Technical Aspects Regarding Seasonality (STARS) Act would clarify what constitutes a seasonal employee under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) law and regulations. Without STARS, golf and many other industries that rely on seasonal employees face the threat of penalty as they try to determine whether the ACA applies to those who work for them.

 

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Orlando, Florida | Orange County Convention Center

 


Top Celebrities Support 2016 "Thank a Golf Course Superintendent" Campaign


Charles Barkley
Photo provided by
Conrad Buedel/Media West Group

Celebrities who enjoy playing golf, like Grammy award-winning entertainer Justin Timberlake and NBA Hall-of-Famer Charles Barkley, have joined the promotion to “thank a golf course superintendent.” The tagline will be used in television and radio commercials, as well as 2016 print and online advertising by GCSAA.


The 30-second commercials will again air on the Golf Channel beginning in April. There will even be a sweepstakes to offer golfers the opportunity to win a trip to the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, Nev., in July, by personally thanking a golf course superintendent.

Click to view commercial and listen to radio message


 



  

Learn more about the Rocky Mountain Environmental Golf Institute and how your Donation can make a difference

  


Contact Gary Leeper at RMGCSA
Voice: 303-255-9611 Fax: 303-458-0002
12011 Tejon St., Ste. 700., Westminster, CO 80234 EMAIL: info@rmgcsa.org