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Our conference and trade show has it all – including two days of education for equipment managers!  Conversations will range from the business of golf to various aspects of golf course maintenance to work relationships.  As a bonus, enjoy experiencing the US Open through the eyes of the course superintendent, as well as a volunteer.

The event on the home page calendar includes links to register ONLINE or to download PDFs.  Click here.




Book now! Our chapter room block is open for the Drury Plaza. The hotel is 4 blocks from the convention center and is on the River Walk.

To reserve a room CLICK HERE

This property has great amenities and is mid-price range of the GIS conference hotels. Located on the San Antonio, Texas, River Walk, you are in the midst of all the great things the River Walk offers. With only a four-block stroll to the convention center, GCSAA bus service will not be available.

All rooms include microwaves and refrigerators, and free wireless throughout the property.

You can also enjoy two complimentary meals a day! Enjoy a free breakfast that includes hot items such as biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs and sausage. From 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. each day, enjoy three beverage tickets for beer, wine, mixed drinks, or soda, as well as what you could enjoy as a snack or a meal – a variety of hot food that changes daily.

If you would like to upload your picture to the database found in the member’s area, your picture will be uploaded through your Gravatar account. It is very easy to set up a Gravatar account. Below are the two steps needed. The time to accomplish these two steps will be about five minutes.

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The City Council of Spokane voted 5-2 in favor of the ban of neoncotinoids for use by the City of Spokane and its employees. This does not currently affect the City of Spokane Golf Courses or Urban Forestry, as they are not under the governance of the council, but under the Parks Board.

The Spokane City Council meeting concerning the ban can be physically viewed via video on the Spokane City Council’s website under “archived meetings.”

WSU has been approached by a chemical company to do a herbicide trial on crabgrass control in bentgrass greens or fairways.

If anyone in the IEGCSA region has a site with a crabgrass infestation in the past on a bentgrass green or fairway and is interested in participating in a herbicide research trial, please contact Bill Johnston, WSU, or Lori and I will pass along your information to Bill.