Golfdom‘s primary readership is superintendents — the people who manage and maintain golf courses. Superintendents are experts in agronomy, the study of soil and turfgrass management. Golf course owners, architects, general managers and pros also read the magazine. Golfdom strives to educate and entertain its readers through content that underscores utility and provides practical information to help them in their careers.Golfdom was published for more than 50 years before Herb’s declining health and changes in the magazine marketplace led to its demise in 1981. For 18 years, there was an empty space in the golf industry where Golfdom was supposed to be. [1]