GCSAA TV http://www.gcsaa.tv GCSAA TV is the product of a joint partnership between the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) and EPIC Creative. GCSAA TV brings you professionally produced video content designed to educate, enlighten and entertain. In addition to extensive daily coverage launched February 5, 2009, GCSAA TV takes viewers behind the scenes at major golf tournaments, spotlights the latest university research, offers first-hand tips from the industry's environmental leaders, goes inside some of the nation's most innovative golf operations, and offers special features on your professional association, its history and the work it does each day for its members. OSHA Safety Procedures - Golf Course Maintenance Facility http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2498 Jeremy Wharton of J.W. and Associates describes the steps and procedures in properly maintaining a golf course maintenance facility. Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy, IL presented by Tee-2-Green http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2496 Spring Lake Country Club is steeped in history and is supplied its water from a natural spring fed from Lake Superior. Golf course superintendent Tad Miller and retired golf course superintendent Oscar Miles talk about making the switch from poa annua to Pure Distinction by Tee-2-Green on the fairways. Brown is the New Green? A discussion at the 2014 Symposium on Affordable Golf in San Luis Obispo, CA http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2495 Brown is the New Green was the focus of a panel discussion at the 2014 Symposium on Affordable Golf. Participants discussed how to manage golf courses in today's conditions, how choices made for playability can affect the bottom line, the importance of educating golfers, and what the future may hold. An Interview with Rhett Evans, GCSAA CEO, about We Are Golf and advocacy http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2494 GCSAA CEO Rhett Evans talks about the importance of We Are Golf and National Golf Day. Every year, GCSAA and other organizations in the We Are Golf coalition travel to Washington D.C. to discuss golf's many benefits.