A provisional committee was elected of which Sir George Colthurst is President and Dr Anislee Hudson, St Ann's Hydro, Blarney, Hon Secretary.
The services of John Mc Namara, the well-known golf professional, who laid out such an excellent course at Tramore, has been secured and immediate steps are being taken to get the course in order for play.
The research supporting turfgrass and the associated agronomic and environmental best management practices has been invaluable with our efforts to ensure golf's future in Virginia, one of the bay states." - Peter Mc Donough, GCSAA Class A member Supporters of the EIFG know that they are championing continuing education for golf course superintendents by providing the latest environmental and agronomic techniques to maintain healthy turfgrass and protect environmental resources through sustainable practices.
The EIFG's relationship with GCSAA's extensive education offerings reaches beyond the grants from the EIFG that have provided support for the development of more than 200 environmental education learning opportunities.
EIFG representatives also assisted in the development of GCSAA education's core competencies, which ensure that the education curriculum is in sync with the current, and future, demands of the golf course superintendents' profession.