Meet us at Canadian Golf Superintendents Association Fall Field Day 2023! Come by our booth XX.
September 18, 2024
September 20, 2024
We are thrilled to attend CGSA Fall - Canadian Golf Superintendents Association Fall Field Day 2023!
About the Event
The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA) Fall Field Day is a long-standing tradition designed for networking, education, and enjoying a game of golf. Previous events in 2021 took place at the Summerlea Country Club in Quebec and Canmore Golf & Curling Club in Alberta due to pandemic restrictions.
The 2023 Fall Field Day is scheduled for Beacon Hall in Aurora, Ontario. Hosted by Colin Young, the event includes a 9-hole tournament, a Toro Reception, a Syngenta awards dinner, and a seminar sponsored by Envu.
In addition to interacting with fellow golf course members, attendees will have opportunities to connect with various sponsors and industry supplier. Notably, this event provides a chance to meet and learn from some of the industry's top professionals, including the host superintendent and CGSA board members.
We will be showcasing our latest solutions, aimed at enhancing the golf experience. Our offerings include the patented Capillary Wash Box, Capillary Edge, Capillary Bunkers, Capillary Geothermal, Capillary Hydroponics, and how they all blend together the perfect golf course experience. Learn more about each product below.
Book a Meeting
Interested in a one-on-one discussion? We'd love to dive deeper into how our solutions can meet your needs. Schedule a meeting with us further below or drop by our booth. We look forward to seeing you!
About CGSA Canada
The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA) is a society committed to promoting excellence in golf course management and environmental responsibility through the continuing professional development of its members. The CGSA currently represents approximately 1,000 members who are golf course superintendents, assistant superintendents, equipment technicians, and others involved in golf course management across Canada.
The association was established in 1987 with the introduction of the Master Superintendent® accreditation program, further evolving with the development of the National Occupational Standards in 1998, which identified 52 competencies that a superintendent should possess.
A bunker liner that creates optimal playing characteristics in all weathers and seasons
Grow strong and durable grass with significantly less maintenance and environmental impact
Patented geostructure to drain rapidly and retain moisture at surface level