By Jeff DiVeronica | democratandchronicle.com/staff/3025/jeff-diveronica/
'The man with the golden voice'
Don Alhart thought about leaving Rochester once. It was in the late 1980s and the Penfield native had already been on television in his hometown for more than 20 years as a reporter and news anchor for Rochester's ABC affiliate.
By BETSY GELLILAND | clubandresortbusiness.com/author/betsy/
Superintendents nationwide have scaled back water usage while showing that the playability and conditioning of their golf courses can still thrive.
Under some circumstances, stinginess isn't exactly an appealing quality. When it comes to water conservation, however, thriftiness pays big dividends at golf courses. And superintendents are making a real effort to cash in on the water-saving practices at their disposal.
By THAD BROWN | firstname.lastname@example.org
Pittsford, NY - Joe Lusardi never saw the seminal moment in his teaching career coming.
He heard it.
"All of a sudden, I hear a player hit a driver behind me. Whack! Whack! And by the third one, I was like, 'Wow. That's really loud. Who is that?'," Lusardi said. "I turn around and it's this little 11 year old, left-handed kid hitting shots."
By: Lawrence Aylward / Editorial Director
There is a very good reason why Locust Hill has the reputation of having one of the most outstanding golf courses in the country and the best conditioned in Rochester, NY. Please click on the link below to read why our world renowned Golf Course Superintendent Rick Slattery is sought after for his valued opinion.