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The Inland Empire GCSA is established to serve members, advance the profession and promote the enjoyment of golf through responsible golf course management practices.

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Peaks & Prairies GCSA 2016 Fall Meeting & Trade Show

Plan ahead! Our annual big event! Join us in Billings, Mont. in 2016. »

Attend the 70th annual Northwest Turfgrass Association, Oct. 30-Nov. 1!

The schedule of speakers and topics is all set for the 70th annual conference of the Northwest Turfgrass Association, set for Oct. 30-Nov. 1 at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon Dr. Cale »

Inland Empire GCSA 2016 Fall Meeting & Trade Show – REGIS. is OPEN!

We are keeping it fresh and cool with a new date!  Join us for the Fall Meeting & Trade Show, November 14 & 15 at the Mirabeau Park Hotel, Spokane Valley! In addition to presentations »

Chapters of the Northwest Hospitality Room

Wed., Feb 8, 2017 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Orlando, Florida!   »

Idaho GCSA Spring Meeting & Trade Show 2017

Join us at the newly renovated Red Lion Boise Downtowner for great conversation and great education and trade show. »

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The Inland Empire Golf Course Superintendents Association brings together the turf professionals of the region to offer continuing education and improve the golf course superintendent’s profession. Learn More.


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With our valuable programs, Inland Empire GCSA is a leading source for continuing turf education in the region. Each year we offer multiple outstanding conferences featuring expertise in turf management, business management, and professional development. Learn More.

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