The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, through its charitable foundation, The Environmental Institute for Golf, has announced the funding of 11 new research projects designed to improve golf courses while protecting the environment. The university studies range from novel biodethatching methods to blight-resistant turfgrass, and total funding is $180,000 over three years. "Superintendents will be able to implement the results of the research on their golf course to improve the quality of the golf course while controlling expenses and minimizing the impact on the environment," said Clark Throssell, GCSAA Director of Research.

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