3 edition of superintendent"s guide to controlling putting green speed found in the catalog.
superintendent"s guide to controlling putting green speed
Thomas A. Nikolai
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-142) and index.
|Statement||Thomas A. Nikolai.|
|LC Classifications||GV975.5 .N54 2005, GV975.5 .N54 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2004011074|
green speed are. green speeds on a daily basis (3). This was not the intended use of the Stimpmeter and the green speed table, and has resulted in increased stress on golf course putting surfaces and the superintendent. The suggested USGA green speeds are presented in the table. Note that a fast speed for regular play (8 feet 6. Mowing and rolling operations increase putting green speed. Applications of topdressing, needed to dilute organic matter and smooth putting green surfaces, can initially slow putting green speeds. A day or two after a topdressing application, putting green speeds often get faster than they were prior to the application.
superintendents. Start Date: Project Duration: One year Total Funding: $5, Summary Text: Rationale Golf course putting greens are arguably the most intensely managed playing surface on golf courses. Ball roll distance, often referred to as green speed _, and trueness of the balls roll across a green . In he earned his doctorate at Michigan State University. He is author of the book, "The Superintendents Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed" and he is world renowned as the "Doctor of Green Speed" (DoGS) because of his numerous studies that investigate putting green cultural and mechanical practices.
Question 4. Golfers gauge green speed near the hole and are poor judges of green speed. (True) Question 5. Target green rolling may be the answer to your green speed woes. (True) Now, let's look at the research and reasoning behind these five answers. Or, as they say,here is the rest of the story that you may be able to use to address green. Finally, no other mechanical practice allows the superintendent the possibility of adjusting the green speed to make his clientele happy. To quote Walter S. Harbin from , “I cannot conceive how a perfect putting surface can be developed or maintained without rolling.”.
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Summary: "The Superintendent's Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed is a valuable tool for successfully caring for what a Gold Course Superintendents Association of American survey identified as the number one factor golfers consider about a golf course - green speed.
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He covers it all: playability, environmental and weather factors, mowing, turfgrass species selection and every consideration that influences how fast and how far a given putt will go. Nikolai, turfgrass academic specialist at Michigan State and green speed specialist.
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The Superintendent's Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed (Hardback) Thomas A. Nikolai (author). Commenting on this practice in his book The Superintendent's Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed (see article page 6), Dr. Thomas Nikolai, turfgrass academic specialist at Michigan State University, cautions super— intendents about extremes in cutting height.
Three putting is easily at the top of the list for golfers looking to break90, or even Your putting distance control is the most important part of the solution. If you can control your speed more effectively on the greens, you will keep the ball closer to the hole, which gives you a much better chance of making your second putt.
Let renowned expert Thomas Nikolai bring you up to speed on establishing and maintaining the best green speeds for your course. He covers it all: playability, environmental and weather factors, mowing, turfgrass species selection every consideration that influences how fast and how far a given putt will go.
Nikolai -- turfgrass academic specialist at Michigan State and green speed specialist for The Golf. Thomas A. Nikolai is the author of The Superintendent's Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(3).
Zach Johnson also is a green-map reader from the fairway. "Putting is one of my strengths, and I want to leave myself as straight a putt as I can," he says. speed and aim. I check the book. Of course, that means the greens are going to speed up as the day goes on and the dew evaporates away.
As you see the dew get lighter and lighter, plan on the greens playing faster as a result. It is nearly impossible to play good golf without having control over the speed of the greens. This is a topic that seems relatively simple, yet it can. For much of his academic career, Michigan State University turfgrass academic specialist Dr Thomas Nikolai has spent his time amassing a huge bank of knowledge on green speed and in this culminated in the publishing of ‘The Superintendents Guide to Putting Green Speed’, a book which he has dedicated “to all golf course superintendents who have heard that their greens were too fast or.
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The next best is the diagram of each green from an Official Yardage Book that the course has commissioned to sell to the public. This depiction of the green will not provide as much information as the architect's drawing, but it is good enough for the purposes of preparing your own Pocket Guide.
Superintendents have two options when changing green speed. Depending on the needs of golfers, superintendents can change green speed for the short term or for the long term.
A short-term change in green speed may last 1 to 3 days, whereas a long-term change can last up to the entire growing season. Among the responsibilities of today's golf course superintendent, the need to maintain a good stand of grass on putting greens is perhaps the most basic of all.
Greens are the bread and butter of a golf course, and the reputation of a course and the superintendent who maintains it is often determined by the consistency of those greens.Dr. Thomas A. Nikolai is the turfgrass academic specialist at Michigan State University and author of the recently released book, “The Superintendent's Guide to Controlling Putting Green Speed” published by Wiley & Sons, Want to use this article?
Click here for options! © Penton Media Inc.found the putting green speed to be too slow, satisfactory, or too fast, was tabulated into six categories from 11 ft. The categories were chosen to span the range of the USGA Stimpmeter green speed categories for regular and tournament play (Table 1).
These data .