TUF 171 Intro to Turf Management (3)
This course is designed to introduce principles of turfgrass management and golf course
operations to non-Golf Course Management majors. Topics include turfgrass selection,
mowing, fertility, irrigation, pest management, and cultural practices. The history
and function of golf related organizations are also discussed.
TUF 172 Turf Management I (3)
This course is a Golf Course Management introductory course. The student is exposed
to the history of golf and the management of its playing areas through awareness and
sound application of selected cultural practices, presented as the means to produce
and maintain a quality golf course for player use. They include mowing, fertilization
and irrigation. Identification of grasses normally managed is included.
TUF 174 Turfgrass Pests I (3)
This course is a study of turf insects and diseases with emphasis placed on identification
and control. Weed identification is also included.
TUF 175 Turfgrass Pests II (3)
This course provides an in-depth analysis of turfgrass pests with emphasis on scientific
TUF 190 SCWE in Turf Grass Management (5)
This course provides for practical work experience and integration of turf grass skills
at an approved turf grass facility or golf course.
TUF 201 SCWE in Golf Course Management (8)
This course provides practical work experience at an approved golf course. Record
keeping, experience in supervision and objective reporting of the golf course problems,
corrections, and cost analysis are included.
TUF 203 SCWE in Sports Turf Management (8)
This course provides practical work experience at an approved sports turf facility.
All aspects of the business will be covered while working under the supervision of
an industry professional. Progress will be monitored by faculty and students are
required to file reports on a regular basis.
TUF 204 Sports Turf Seminar (2)
This course is designed to give students an overview of the sports turf profession.
Guest speakers from the industry will discuss topics pertinent to today's highly specialized
athletic field managers. Career development and certification will be emphasized.
TUF 215 Turf Business Practices (3)
This course is a study of business practices and personnel mgmt. Needed to operate
a turf enterprise. Topics include budget management, business and economics, communication
skills, interpersonal relations, government requirements, and problem solving.
TUF 220 Special Topics in Turf Mgmt (3)
This course is a study of special topics in the area of turf management.
TUF 252 Turf Management II (3)
This course emphasizes the development of management programs for golf courses. Topics
include plant growth regulators, overseeding, fertilizer programs, and environmental
issues. As a course requirement, the student will be required to participate in the
Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Association Conference and Show, and will be
responsible for conference expenses.
TUF 272 Turf Irrigation and Drainage (5)
This course is a study of the principles and practices of irrigation design, installation,
and maintenance as it applies to golf courses. Practical application is included.
TUF 274 Turf Records and Budgets (2)
This course includes all aspects of golf course management and warranties record keeping.Purchasing
materials and the preparation of a projected budget for an 18-hole course are emphasized.
TUF 275 Performance Turf Design & Cons (3)
This course is a study of the concepts needed to design, construct and renovate various
golf and sports turf playing surfaces. Topics include: USGA green construction, proper
survey and layout of athletic fields, drainage methods, construction timelines and