Legacy: It’s simple agronomic practices that make the difference

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Ralph Kepple, CGCS started his first day at East Lake Golf Club with only one way to take the course, up. In part two of our series, Ralph talks about the condition of East Lake Golf Club when he arrived. Sometimes it is the simple agronomic practices that make the biggest impact on the course.

Watch:Legacy: First days as a Golf Course Superintendent

After Ralph’s first year at East Lake he was given some difficult news. The course was probably going to be sold. Sale looming, budgets and operations were cut drastically.

Be sure to check out our coverage of the TOUR Championship September 19th through the 25th as we bring you an inside look of the agronomy and volunteer program at East Lake Golf Club.

Inside the TOUR Championship

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