Golf superintendents open up about mental health

September 27, 2019
Kasey Kauff, superintendent at Trinity Forest in Dallas.
Kasey Kauff, superintendent at Trinity Forest in Dallas.
Sept. 27, 2019 – Three Canadian golf superintendents have been featured in a Golfworld article that addresses the often swept-under-the-carpet topic of mental health challenges facing golf superintendents. Jason Haines, superintendent at the Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club near Vancouver, Paul MacCormack, superintendent at Fox Meadows Golf Course on Prince Edward Island, and Miranda Robinson, assistant superintendent at Cordova Bay Golf Club on Vancouver Island, have opened up about their own battles with mental health and its association with their chosen professions.

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