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‘Unsung heroes’ keep Gainesville golf courses on par

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Tree trimming, bunker raking and pin placement are part of Ian Ring’s daily routine that keeps Gainesville’s Mark Bostic Golf Course in prime shape.

Ring is the assistant superintendent at Bostic Golf Course and explains his job at the course to WUFT-FM above.

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Ethan is a journalist at WUFT News. He's a Pennsylvania native who found a home reporting Florida's stories. Reach him by emailing emagoc@wuft.org or calling 352-294-1525.

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