Meet us at Oklahoma Golf Course Superintendents Association Annual Meeting 2023 in booth XXX!
November 15, 2023
November 17, 2023
We are thrilled to attend Oklahoma Golf Course Superintendents Association Annual Meeting 2023!
About the Event
The Oklahoma Golf Course Superintendents Association (OGCSA) Annual Meeting is a notable event that typically brings together a wide range of industry professionals including superintendents, researchers, and other relevant stakeholders. The purpose of the OGCSAis to advance the art and science of golf course maintenance through support of research, education, and the exchange of ideas.
In 2023, the meeting is being held at the McMenamins Edgefield, as organized by Curt Morgan, the Pub Course Superintendent, following its popular deman. The day typically begins with check-ins and exhibitor time, followed by a business meeting, awards & scholarships presentations, retirement recognitions, and industry updates among other activities.
Apart from the main activities, it also provides an excellent networking opportunity for attendees. The list of Platinum and Gold sponsors for the event suggests a diverse group of industry professionals who might be present at the event, providing excellent networking opportunities.
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!
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