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Short of a playoff, the team at Merion will have their US Open duties come to a close this morning.  It was a week of ups and downs from the weather, but not the spirits of […]


Vine has become a HUGE tool for the turf industry, giving managers the power to brand their message via video.  During the US Open this year, Turf Republic contributor @PSUTurf provided some great videos of behind-the-scenese […]


We really enjoyed putting together our US Open Social Media Experience over the last few weeks.  The goal of our experience was to provide an interactive look into the world of the maintenance and preparation that […]


History is sometimes difficult to track.  Stories change as years go by.  The Penn State Turfgrass story is an old one, but started with deep roots and with deep roots stories and traditions will remain.  The […]


Doing a lot of reading last night about the US Open and Merion and came across, what I thought was a great blog post from Sugarloaf Golf Club Superintendent, Patrick Knelly.  His post oozes passion for […]


The final round of the US Open traditionally ends of Father’s Day, and for last several years, our champion has been younger and hoisting his young son or daughter on the 18th green.  Like The Masters, […]


Some great info about the US Open, Merion and even the bride of the US Open Phil Mickelson. [Infographic] US Open Golf Championship infographic Infograph created by betvictor  


Get a behind the scenes look at 113th US Open course maintenance. Photos courtesy of John Kaminski Photography and Turf Republic.


Last year, the social media coverage was intense for the US Open.  Not sure what to call this year, because it is off the charts!  What really has been surprising, and refreshing, is the amount of […]


We are a week away from the second Major of the year, the US Open.  Superintendents provide fantastic conditions, daily, for their members and daily fee players, but on the heels of events like The Masters […]