There is a comprehensive explanation of clipping volume in Golf Course Management. I knew this would be good, because Chris Tritabaugh is an accomplished writer. His years of experience using and thinking about ClipVol show in the article.
Phil Collinson asked an interesting question: when calculating N inputs, do greenkeepers account for N added outside of fertilizer?
Greenkeepers - when calculating N inputs for the year do you account for N outside of fert?
Playability is what it is all about, isn’t it? At least for putting greens, one wants to have surfaces upon which the ball rolls at a certain pace, and which have a firmness that is appropriate for the conditions.
I’ve recommended these before, and having found myself repeatedly suggesting the Wisconsin clipping tracker template and the Data organization in spreadsheets article, this post is a bookmark for that topic.