OSN 5 Questions Interviews
Learn more about the decision making process at The Golf Club.
Learn more about Keith Kresina, director of grounds at The Golf Club, in this episode of OSN 5 Questions.
Find out what Chad enjoys about hosting the US Open Sectional Qualifying and more in this episode of 5 Questions.
Dan Francis chats about the best advice he’s ever received, what’s on his playlist, and more in this episode of 5 Questions.
Learn more about Lake Forest Country Club superintendent, Tom Bolon, in this episode of OSN 5 Questions.
Open Champion and now golf course architect, Tom Weiskopf tells us how Jack Nicklaus helped him break into design and also why he didn't want to be confused for him at The Masters!
Belinda Jones is the voice of superintendents at the Statehouse. Learn more about OPARR and learn how to approach a meeting with your legislators in this episode of OSN 5 Questions.
Brian Wilcomb talks about his hobbies, tips for tackling major projects and more in this episode of 5 Questions.
Ryan D’Autremont of Dayton Country Club talks about his biggest accomplishment at the club and more in this episode of 5 Questions.
Learn more about Worthington Hills Country Club superintendent, Jim Cola, in this episode of 5 Questions.
Muirfield Village’s, James Bryson chats about what he loves most about hosting the Memorial, his pick to win, and more in this episode of OSN 5 Questions.
Carl Wittenauer, superintendent at Brookside Golf & Country Club, discusses key relationships, what he would change about his career and more!
We caught up with J.R. Lynn of Columbus Country Club to talk about his passions outside of work, his biggest influences, and more.
We managed to catch up with Rodney Robbins of The Country Club at Muirfield Village to chat about how he manages the work-life balance, his favorite meal, and more.
Dr. Mike Hurdzan, recipient of the 2013 Old Tom Morris Award from the GCSAA, sat down with us to discuss his favorite project, biggest career mistake, and more.
We’re starting 5 Questions close to home! I sat down with my father, Terry Laurent, to gain insight from his 40+ years in the industry.