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Longhirst 032 New Course Maintenance Fleet for Longhirst Hall Golf Club
1 day ago - Golf - Peter Driver
Longhirst Hall Golf Club, situated near Morpeth in Northumberland, has recently upgraded its fleet, with a significant delivery of new equipment from local Ransomes Jacobsen dealer, Rickerby of Hexham.
PaulWorster How do we stop being taken for granted?
2 days ago - Golf - Paul Worster - Issue 55 - June / July 2014
Former BIGGA Chairman, Paul Worster, offers some advice on gaining more recognition of your skills and importance to your facility
The BIGGA Open Support Team 2014 A proud week for greenkeeping
1 week ago - Golf - Steve Castle
BIGGA’s Open Support Team joined the home greenkeeping team at Royal Liverpool Golf Club during a hectic, hard-working and ultimately proud and successful week for the turf management industry at the 143rd Open Championship.
Knott End Pro-Flex Pro-Flex 120 comes up trumps for Knott End GC
1 week ago - Golf - The Grass Group
Knott End Golf Club near Blackpool is described as a stunning 18 hole Golf Course. It’s a course of two halves with the first nine holes running alongside the River Wyre with breathtaking views of the Bowland Hills and Morecambe Bay whilst the back nine go down into the woodland part of the golf course with fantastic views of the local countryside and wildlife.

celtic manor may 2012 150 The Art of Hole Changing
1 week ago - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc - 1 comment
This is a subject that provokes a lot of debate, especially when the greenkeeper chooses a demanding hole position on the green which does not please everybody!

jcb golf course £30 Million JCB Golf Course Plan Gets Green Light
2 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
Plans for a new £30 million golf course to help JCB boost sales and build global awareness of its brand were today given a unanimous go-ahead by planners.
Gullane2.4 Panorama1 Historic Gullane GC to host Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open event
2 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
For the first time in its 132-year history, Gullane Golf Club will welcome a European Tour event next summer.
Bluebells in full bloom   Kubota 3600   Image 2 Kubota for Sandy Lodge Golf Club
3 weeks ago - Golf - Tom Rhodes
Robert Phillips, Course Manager at Sandy Lodge Golf Club, Northwood, Middlesex, is fast approaching his 20th year at the club, just a year shy of a landmark tenure at the highly regarded inland links course
RoyalAberdeen Royal Aberdeen's Robert Paterson gets special help
3 weeks ago - Golf - External source
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club’s Head Greenkeeper, Robert Paterson, has an unusual assistant to help him carry out his job – a blind border collie

Lorne Temple fescue meadows A return to a running game
3 weeks ago - Golf - Lorne Smith - Issue 55 - June / July 2014
Having been a typical amateur low-handicap golfer all my life, I’ve always preferred fast greens, but possessed little knowledge about grasses, until about six years ago, says Lorne Smith of Fine Golf. In this article, he looks at a return to a running game.

IMG 2545 John Deere promote new range of products for 2014
3 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
Over fifty greenkeepers representing over thirty golf clubs attended the first of a series of John Deere Road Shows at the Forest of Arden Marriot Hotel, Golf & Country Club Nr Meriden.
alan russell Derbyshire golf club greenkeeper gives his tips for the perfect lawn
3 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
Many of us have looked longingly at the beautiful, green grass in our neighbour's garden. Then we look at the pitiful patch of dust where ours should be and wonder, where did it all go wrong?

Cavendish 4thFromTee Cavendish Golf Club - digger for victory ...
3 weeks ago - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc - Issue 54 - April / May 2014
When the Cavendish Golf Club began its course improvement programme ahead of its centenary year in 2025, Jonathan Gaunt was on hand to offer advice ... and our editor was on hand to record how the work was coming along

Royal Liverpool Golf Club staff given toad training for The Open
4 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
Greenkeepers at Royal Liverpool Golf Club have been given special training in order to protect a rare species during The Open Championship.
greens roller The quest for golf green performance
4 weeks ago - Golf - Paul Forrest - Issue 55 - June / July 2014
Will regular rolling carried out on golf greens, whilst maintaining sensible heights of cut, provide more than adequate playing surfaces for golfers to chip, roll and putt on?
Burnham Beeches GC fleet Burnham Beeches change to John Deere
4 weeks ago - Golf - Steve Mitchell
Nestled in South Buckinghamshire in the beautiful Thames Valley, Burnham Beeches Golf Club has over 650 members who regularly play this testing course.

Fairhaven EcoPileMain Ecopiles - Seeing the trees not the wood
4 weeks ago - Golf - James Hutchinson - Issue 54 - April / May 2014
With the high winds encountered across the UK earlier this year, the problem of what to do with the vast amounts of fallen timber has come to the fore. Ecopiles could be the ecological solution

PR4197 Mardyke Valley GC Mardyke Valley GC choose Toro
3 Jul 2014 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Mardyke Valley Golf Club in South Ockendon, Essex, has bought a range of new turf mowers, and an aerator, to improve cutting and course presentation – choosing Toro equipment for the first time.

the view from the 14th towards Pendennis castle Falmouth Golf Club - Serving his Pennance!
3 Jul 2014 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 54 - April / May 2014
With views out to sea and across Falmouth Bay to Pendennis Castle, Falmouth Golf Club occupies a truly spectacular spot. The Cornwall club’s Head Greenkeeper, Simon Johnson, reckons there is no better place to be on a lovely summer’s day

July Golf Diary 2014
2 Jul 2014 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc

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