It was International Thank A Super Day on Wednesday and organization and individuals from across Canada and around the world were doing just that on Twitter, using the #ThankASuper hashtag. Here are a few examples.
Passion. Innovation. Resilience. Commitment.
Golf Superintendents have played a leading role during a crisis and have created a healthy course experience that welcomed a major lift in play.
— Golf Canada (@GolfCanada) September 23, 2020
Don't forget Wednesday is international “Thank a Golf Course Superintendent Day” honouring golf course management professionals. Share a story of how your Superintendent is keeping the game safe during the recent surge in rounds played across the country #ThankASuper! pic.twitter.com/ZxNKTF2O1N
— NGCOA Canada (@ngcoacanada) September 21, 2020
It's International #ThankASuper Day!
Today, we recognize superintendents and their teams across 🇨🇦 for their tireless efforts to ensure golfers have the best playing experience possible, no matter what.
Thank you for all you do 🙌⛳️ pic.twitter.com/GjyUZhWpDQ
— PGA of Canada (@pgaofcanada) September 23, 2020
— The R&A (@RandA) September 23, 2020
Being a golf course superintendent can sometimes feel like a thankless job, but golfers and the entire golf industry are grateful for their efforts. Without superintendents and their teams, the game as we know it wouldn't exist. So let's all be sure to #ThankASuper today! pic.twitter.com/JgSJh65xZb
— USGA Green Section (@USGAGrnSection) September 23, 2020
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) September 23, 2020
— Settlers' Ghost GC (@settlersghostgc) September 23, 2020
A huge THANK YOU to all of the @golfsupers that work tirelessly to provide an amazing experience on the golf course. These men & women are the unsung heroes that deserve appreciation for their incredible contributions to the sport. #ThankASuper … today and every day. pic.twitter.com/tffsHaNDyM
— Ryan Logan (@ryanlogan__) September 23, 2020
— Kevin Purcell PGA of CANADA (@ontariopgapro) September 23, 2020
— Ashley Chinner (@AshleyChinner) September 23, 2020
September 23 is Thank a Golf Course Superintendent Day! Essex Golf extends a HUGE Thank you to Chris Andrejicka, Greg Brown, and the ENTIRE Grounds Crew for keeping Essex beautiful day in and day out!! #ThankASuper @ChrisA_Essex @gregbrown28 pic.twitter.com/oD1pyoYN2s
— Essex Golf & CC (@EssexGolfCC) September 23, 2020
Wow, what a season. A lot of curve balls but our @GolfSupers team @RBGrounds @johnstonjoel @MattyR11s stepped up to the plate as they always do. Thanks for all you do for our Club. #ThankASuper @Raflewski @JTAdamz @jerryhakkers67 @sgreco23 @duketurftech pic.twitter.com/3XiHUbGOau
— Simon Bevan (@Simonbevan1) September 23, 2020
Literally thank every single superintendent in the industry. Without them, we do not play golf
— Andrew Harvie (@drewharvie) September 23, 2020
Today is "Thank a golf course superintendant day"!
Thank you Joel Trickey for all you do for this place – We hope you know how appreciated all of your efforts are! https://t.co/ZBtI5YPfZH
— Carleton Golf Club (@Carleton_Golf) September 23, 2020
It’s #ThankASuper Day. Thanks for the work you do on the course, for our association, the industry, and your community, but more importantly, for who you are and what I’ve learned from you. I have a list of characteristics that are shared among many superintendents that I know. pic.twitter.com/2LkPsEwilr
— Rhett Evans (@GCSAACEO) September 23, 2020
Today is “Thank your Superintendent Day”. I’m blessed to work with some of the best in the industry. Thank you for your passion to provide superior playing conditions everyday! @CWGCTurf @powety4 @Glencairnsuper @ClubLink @brianbeemer73 @CWGCTurf @Rogueturf @EmeraldHillsGC pic.twitter.com/Z5LDAIldFb
— Grant Holcomb (@Grant_Golf) September 23, 2020
Huge shout-out to @OttawaHuntClub 's Eric Ruhs for all his dedication, determination, and innovation🙌👏. The course is in spectacular shape and is so beautiful😍 Everything you do is truly appreciated…kudos Eric, we are so lucky to have you😄🙏 #ThankASuper pic.twitter.com/gx0hRSLd5n
— Jasmine E. Paton (@JaszyPaton) September 23, 2020