Despite the uncertainty of 2020, the golf industry has made a positive turn. Some companies, like Hodges Rash, are seeing a prime opportunity to invest in the future. Partnering with Spiio has been one way to translate their positivity into real results for their customers.
Mike Kerns, Director of Grounds for the Trenton Thunder, has had to be creative and flexible to navigate an intense and uncertain year. Spiio sensors help him make smart irrigation and fungicide decisions that keep his field ready for whatever is coming next.
Dan Francis, superintendent of Wildwood Golf Club in Middletown, Ohio, and participant in the Spiio Covid Relief Program, reflects on the challenges and victories of the past few months. With creative time management, a team of expertise, and the help of smart data delivered remotely from Spiio sensors, the club has managed not only to survive, but to flourish.
Matthew Gourlay, a Certified Golf Course Superintendent, and Master Greenskeeper at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas shared insight on how he’s using his agronomic and water management skills to operate safely and efficiently during the COVID-19 pandemic. The golf industry isn’t insulated from the current challenges but Spiio sensors and careful nutrient management are helping Gourlay navigate this new territory.