Scott McElroy is a Professor in the Department of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences at Auburn University. He received his MS from Auburn University and his PhD from the NC State University in Crop Science with a minor in Plant Ecology. Dr. McElroy now holds a joint appointment at Auburn University with the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station and the College of Agriculture. His primary research areas are on methods for weed management in turfgrass systems, and physiology and molecular biology of herbicide resistant weed species. He is an associate editor for the Weed Science Society of America Journal, Weed Technology, and also serves as a reviewer for Weed Science, Agronomy Journal, Crop Science, HortScience, and HortTechnology. Dr. McElroy teaches two classes, Principles of Weed Science (AGRN 3120) and Applied Weed Science Technology (AGRN 5200/6200). Dr. McElroy maintains an active international research and teaching presence. He is currently an elected board member of the European Turfgrass Society, an associate editor for International Turfgrass Society, and is an elected board member to the Southern Weed Science Society. Dr. McElroy was awarded the Director’s Research Award from the College of Agriculture at Auburn in 2009, the Outstanding Young Weed Scientist Award in 2011 from the Southern Weed Science Society, and the 2013 Early Career Weed Scientist Award from the Weed Science Society of America.
Dr. McElroy is married to Dr. Nichole McElroy, DVM. They have three children, Joseph (12), William (10) and Trent (8). In his spare time, Dr. McElroy is a member of the Auburn Masters Swimming Team, plays golf (very badly), and coaches his children in different sports.
|Dr. Earl Elsner|
Dr. Earl Elsner BS, MS University of Georgia y PhD University of Illinois. En la actualidad es Golf Course, Turf Farm Consultant, y Coordinator International Turfgrass Genetic Assurance Program and Interim Director Georgia Seed Development Commission.
|Shannon Bruce Charlton|
Bruce Charlton is the President/Chief Design Officer of Robert Trent Jones II, LLC golf course architects and master planners, with headquarters in California, operations throughout the United States and the world, and field offices at project sites. Associated with the firm as project golf architect since January 1981 and Lead Project Architect for Chambers Bay, site of the 2015 US Open. Served as lead project designer on more than 70 golf courses, many of which have won awards for the quality of their design. Extensive field experience, working closely with owners, contractors and sub consultants during project construction and golf course grow-in.
Member--American Society of Golf Course Architects
Member--American Society of Landscape Architects
Speaker at numerous golf industry symposiums
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture University of Arizona 1980. Graduated with highest honors and received American Society of Landscape Architect’s Honor Award, 1980 for excellence as top graduate in class.
Robert L. Nugent Award –
Arizona Chapter – A.S.L.A. -
Golf Team University of Arizona - 1975-1976
|Superintendentes y Agrónomos Voluntarios en JJOO Río 2016|
|Blas Spina, Estancia La Paz (Córdoba)|
|Juan Martin Bagnardi, Club Náutico San Isidro|
|Martin Pereyra, Ing. Agrónomo|
|Marcelo Boubier, Sheraton Colonia (Urug.)|
|Matias Romoli, Pilar Golf Club|
|Mario García, Lomas de la Carolina C.C. (Cba)|
|Marilú White, Agrónomo Asesor|
|Mario Flores, Campo Grande C. de C.|
|Roger Bernal, Los Inkas (Perú)|
|Gustavo Espindola, El Nacional C. de C.|
|Lucio Moyano, Ing. Agrónomo Federación Cba.|