Etobicoke, ON (October 16, 2018) - The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA) and Syngenta Canada Inc. (Syngenta) are pleased to announce that Syngenta will continue to be the Exclusive Sponsor of the Education Program at The Canadian 2019 Golf Course Management Conference (CGCMC) in Banff, Alberta.
“We are thrilled that Syngenta is extending its long-time partnership with the CGSA,” said Kendall Costain, MS, CGSA President. “The Education Program would not be possible without the continued support of Syngenta and we thank them for this partnership which will enable the CGSA to present a high caliber of education topics for our delegates in Banff.”
“Helping golf course superintendents solve their turf management challenges is central to our mission to grow golf through science and education,” notes David Kuypers, Lawn and Garden Head for Syngenta in Canada. “That’s why we’re so pleased to return as the exclusive sponsor of the 2019 Education Program, and we look forward to joining turf management professionals in Banff for what will be a first-class event.”
The CGCMC will be held in Banff, Alberta, from March 4 - March 7, 2019 and will feature high level education sessions that offer Mountains of Opportunity to stimulate those in the turf management profession. The education program will focus on business and leadership topics and high-level turf subjects. The CGCMC also offers Canada’s largest golf management trade show, hosted in a unique setting with excellent networking and social activities. For details and to register
The CGSA represents golf course superintendents, assistant superintendents, equipment technicians, and others involved in golf course management across Canada. CGSA was founded in 1966 and has over 1,000 members. Its mission is to promote excellence in golf course management and environmental responsibility through the continuing professional development of its members.
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