I need this to forward it to the people at the Toronto golf courses who look after our greens.
No I don’t have a one page summary of tasks, but what I suggest is Lloyd Wood's book. I would tell them to get some soil samples and from that they should be able to give you a fertilizing program. Set up a verticutting schedule, for example, every two weeks. As far as for the mowing, three time a week is okay. Try to control the watering. Too much water is just as bad as not enough water. Hope this helps. If you need me to meet with them, let me know.
Also, the minimum temperature is not a problem. The problem with hot temperature is with the people working the greens and many times on a long warm stretch and drought period, the grass does not grow that much.