Each year Aquatrols and Golf Course Industry Magazine team up to recognize superintendents and organizations in the golf industry that do the best job of using social media to communicate about programs, practices, and the industry at large.
The winners of the 2017 Super Social Media Awards were unveiled last week on Twitter.
See the full list of winners below and be sure to connect with them on their preferred social networks. If you’ll be in Orlando for the Golf Industry Show, we invite you to join us in Booth 2559 on Wednesday, February 8 at 3:00 PM as the winners are recognized during the 6th annual #GCITweetUp17. The Tweet Up takes place during Aquatrols’ annual booth happy hour, so there will be plenty of cold beverages on us!
Can’t make it to Orlando? You can follow along with all of the festivities on Twitter by following @GCIMagazine & @Aquatrols and using the #GCITweetUp17 hash tag!
2017 Super Social Media Award Winners
Best Twitter Feed
- Matthew Marsh, Santa Ana Country Club: @SantaAnaCCSuper
- Sean McCue, The Country Club at Castle Pines: @SKMQU
- Mike Richardson, University of Arkansas: @ArkansasTurf
- Jesse Shaver, Gull Lake Country Club: @GLCCTurf
Brian Stiehler, Highlands Country Club
Check out the Highlands Country Club Blog: http://highlandsccgolfmaintenance.blogspot.com/
Follow Brian on Twitter: @hccsuper
Ralph Kepple, East Lake Golf Club Agronomy:
Check out the East Lake Golf Club Agronomy Blog: http://eastlakeagronomy.blogspot.com
Follow East Lake Agronomy on Twitter: @eastlakegcagro
Best Overall Use of Social Media
- Kyle Callahan, Victoria National: @callahan_kyle
- Steffie Safrit, TPC Piper Glen: @TPCPG
Phil Scully, Granite Golf Club, “It’s Your Course”
Follow Phil on Twitter: @Skully75
Georgia GCSA, Tenia Workman, “Golf is Greenspace”
Follow the Georgia GCSA on Twitter: @GeorgiaGCSA
Golf is Greenspace from 375 Photography on Vimeo.
John Kaminski Award for Leadership in Social Media
Chris Tritabaugh, Hazeltine National Golf Club: @ct_turf.
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