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Turf and Golf
A diploma or degree in turfgrass management is the best way to become a golf course superintendent. Typical roles and responsibilities include working outdoors, landscaping, fertilizer application, horticulture, irrigation, human resource management, project management and administration. A career as a golf course superintendent offers infinite possibilities.
The golf and turf sector of horticulture is busy from late February to the end of November (weather-dependent). Operations start to build to welcome individuals to the courses and field by early March.