If the greens you play are pure and the fairways primo, then you owe a debt of gratitude to your golf-course superintendent. One way to repay him or her is to do your part with upkeep. It doesn’t take a lot. Even a modest collective effort can have a major impact on course conditions, says Dan Cutler, superintendent of Rio Verde Country Club, in Arizona, and co-host of From the Jingweeds, a podcast dedicated to the turf-care trade. In the spirit of community-minded maintenance, here are 6 simple habits every golfer should embrace.
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