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. TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, MN http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2799 Golf course superintendent Mark Michalski talks to GCSAA TV about when TPC Twin Cities was built, why it was built and the conditions they have to fight against in Minnesota. Legends of Turf: O.J. Noer http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2798 From his beginnings as a graduating soil scientist from the Department of Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, O. J. Noer went on to become the State Soil Chemist in 1914, and is credited with helping to establish the first soil testing laboratory in the country. He became best known as Head of the Milwaukee Sewerage Commission Turf Service Bureau from 1926-1960. During this time, O. J. Noer visited/inspected perhaps 80% of the golf courses in North America advising on turf maintenance problems. Noer made many contributions to the diagnosis of turf problems, and wrote and spoke about turf at conferences almost continuously through the period. A Look back at the 2016 Golf Industry Show! http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2797 GCSAA TV takes a look back at the highlights of the 2016 Golf Industry Show! Watering techniques at Atlanta Country Club http://www.gcsaa.tv/view.php?id=2796 Golf Course Superintendents Joe Hollis and Mark Esoda, CGCS talk about how they handle watering in Atlanta area and the best way to save water.