Tournament Management: A Superintendent's Guide to Preparing a Golf Course for Competition
Chapter 1: Planning and Communication.
Chapter 2: Back to the Basics.
Chapter 3: Greens Management.
Chapter 4: Tee, Fairways and Roughs.
Chapter 5: Bunkers.
Chapter 6: The Little Things That Matter.
Chapter 7: Pretournament Checklist.
John C. Miller, CGCS, is the Tour Agronomist for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). He assists the LPGA tournament operations staff in developing consistent course conditions, primarily in the areas of greens speed, fairway widths, and the height of cut for roughs and fairways, and serves as a liaison between the LPGA and the host facility's golf course management team. Previously he was at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace in Ohio where he was the host superintendent for five consecutive PGA Nationwide Tour Dayton Opens. Mr. Miller is a frequent lecturer at industry conferences, including national, international and regional meetings. He is a member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and the Miami Valley of Ohio Golf Course Superintendents Association.