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A Publication of the National Golf Foundation

Questions, Answers and Insights for Everyone Interested in the Business of Golf

NGF TOP 100 BUSINESSES IN GOLF

Lebanon Turf

Category

Corporate Headquarters

Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Website

Key Employees

Katherine Bishop – President
Rich Newmaster – Chief Financial Officer
Dave Heegard – Vice President Sales and Marketing
Dave Heimbecker – Vice President Sales and Marketing
Christopher Gray – Golf Channel Manager
Mike Lytle – National Sales Manager

Profile

LebanonTurf provides products for the golf and landscape industries, and is an industry leader in producing advanced technology fertilizers, grass seed and biological products.

Golf course superintendents, lawn care operators, professional landscapers and sports turf managers rely on LebanonTurf brands to create and maintain the best quality turf, plants and trees. The company’s mantra, “Deeply Rooted in Tradition, Growing Through Innovation,” encapsulates its prominent place within the golf industry in exploring and developing many of the game’s most advanced turf management technologies.

LebanonTurf stands out as the only company in the industry offering both microbiological components along with advanced controlled release fertilizer products delivered as part of an integrated systems approach to turf and plant care needs.

The company has a network of more than 300 distributors in the U.S., along with a growing number of international locations.

NGF Takeaways

Golfers care about what they can see when it comes to turfgrass — color, consistency, speed and quality. While turfgrass managers care about these things too, they can’t deliver cosmetics without good agronomics.

For more than 40 years and counting, LebanonTurf’s advanced fertilizers, bionutritional products and grass seed have helped superintendents with their golf course turf needs, from strong disease resistance and better stress tolerance to maximum carbohydrate reserves and good root mass.

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