About the Plant Health Academy
The objective of the Healthy Turf, Healthy Tomorrow Plant Health Academy is to provide golf course superintendents with opportunities to learn more about innovative plant health research and practices for the benefit of their facilities, individual careers and the industry. Learn more about Plant Health Academy and view photos from the 2013 and 2014 events.
The Plant Health Academy offers two two-and-a-half-day education and training sessions for golf course superintendents. The sessions will be held at GCSAA headquarters in Lawrence, Kan., on April 20-22, 2015 and at the Bayer Training and Development Center in Clayton, N.C., from Sept. 16-18, 2015.
Twelve superintendents will be selected for this unique opportunity to collaborate with industry experts and expand their knowledge on key industry plant health issues and trends.
To be considered, superintendents must complete the application and respond to two essay questions.
Applicants must be employed as a golf course superintendent within the U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii, a Class A or Superintendent member (SM) of the GCSAA and be enrolled In Bayer’s MyBayerRewards customer loyalty program.
The Plant Health Academy application period has ended.
Please look for another opportunity to apply in the fall of 2015.