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Nick Billington Tines edit The Grass Groups CTI tines are a hit with Brookmans Park GC
12 hours ago - Golf - Louise Prettyman
Last year The Grass Group established a partnership with US manufacturer Ceres Turf Inc. (CTI) for the supply of replacement tines and bed knives exclusively throughout the UK and Europe.
WP 20140918 10 20 35 Smart Vegetated Wall Systems
1 day ago - Golf - Andrew Crosbie
As new, innovative and cost-effective golf course design systems are introduced, greenkeepers need no longer be 'bunkered' by escalating repair and maintenance costs.
Investors in People awards London Golf Club rare Gold standard
2 days ago - Golf - Nick Nixon
London Golf Club, host venue of the European Tour’s Volvo World Match Play Championship 2014, has become the first standalone golf venue to be awarded Gold by Investors in People (IiP).

Shetlands at Hockley 4 Mike Allen Hampshire Wildlife Trust - Bleating from beyond the rough!
4 days ago - Golf - David Rumble - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
David Rumble, Strategic Head of Conservation & Education at the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, outlines the work the trust are doing with two golf courses to help preserve the county’s important chalk grassland

PR4217 Highwoods GC Toro helps Highwoods Golf Club to next level
4 days ago - Golf - Michelle Finch
Highwoods Golf Club in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, has taken delivery of its first Toro machinery fleet, in a move designed to take the course to the next level.
Kent Fishmonger lays claim to netting longest hole-in-one in Britain
5 days ago - Golf - External source
Kent fishmonger Peter Vickerman is aiming to hook a new record for Britain's longest ever hole-in-one after holing his tee shot on a whopping 408-yard, par-four.
Branston Golf and Country Club Finance helps Branston Golf & Country Club drive for perfection
6 days ago - Golf - Steve Mitchell
Branston Golf & Country Club has invested £52,000 in new John Deere course machinery for the first time, in a drive to improve the condition and presentation of its 18 and 9-hole parkland golf courses plus driving range near Burton on Trent in Staffordshire.
PR4221 Gleneagles GC First TYM tractor for Gleneagles
1 week ago - Golf - Michelle Finch
Gleneagles has bought its first TYM tractor, a T503 model, which was employed to work alongside its fleet of Toro machines as part of preparations for the 2014 Ryder Cup.
PR4220 Gleneagles Golf Club Toro machinery a key part of Gleneagles' Ryder Cup preparations
2 weeks ago - Golf - Michelle Finch
This year’s Ryder Cup was a huge success with an outstanding win for the European team.

ChrisRoberts Thatch Management - Control and reduction
2 weeks ago - Golf - Chris Roberts - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
Golf course agronomist Chris Roberts explains the methods used to tackle thatch management at Sandwell Park Golf Club in the West Midlands

Heswall GC Chair of GreensTrevor Moon Duncan Ross project at Heswall Golf Club retains historic course features
2 weeks ago - Golf - Charmian Robson
LANCASHIRE-based Duncan Ross Contractors have completed a project at Heswall Golf Club, Wirral, to remove a ditch and carry out drainage improvements.

Sprayer set up   low drift Syngenta XC Nozzles on right   vs standard flat fan nozzles on left mr Droopy Boom Syndrome - Set up for accurate application
2 weeks ago - Golf - Tom Robinson - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
Syngenta Application Specialist, Tom Robinson, explains what to look for and what steps to take before the sprayer gets out on the pitch or golf course

RBGC CGD 18thndhole NewBunkering 300dpi Send Royal Appointment for Creative Golf Design
3 weeks ago - Golf - Editorial
Creative Golf Design has successfully completed the first phase of a multi-year project to renovate the course at one of the world’s oldest golf clubs.
sept14 ss intro Turf colourants may affect shade tolerance
3 weeks ago - Golf - External source
Applying plant colourants to turfgrass has become increasingly popular in the golf industry.
ChrisMitchell (1 of 1) Getting Personal with Chris Mitchell
3 weeks ago - Golf - Editor - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
Chris Mitchell - sitting in a bar in Menorca with two deaf ears, thick skin and a notebook!

The fifth hole on the Old Course looking back towards the tee Royal Ashdown Forest - naturally hospitable
3 weeks ago - Golf - Chris Mitchell - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club’s two courses are managed by Head Greenkeeper Chris Mitchell. In this article, he explains how the environmentally sensitive site is carefully being managed to give Mother Nature a helping hand

AntonyFoulds2 Getting personal with Ant Foulds
3 weeks ago - Golf - Editor - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
Ant Foulds - wants to settle down in Victoria - you’d best read on!

ManorGC 18thGreen Manor Golf Club - Blythe Spirit!
3 weeks ago - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 56 - August / September 2014
With the River Blythe forming a major feature on the course, the Manor Golf Club has grown from humble beginnings to become a popular venue for members and visitors alike

Brian Lawrie Elie greenkeeper retires after 50 years at club
3 weeks ago - Golf - External source
When Brian Lawrie hangs up his rake at the end of the year, it will mark the end of an era for Elie Golf Club.
Edinburgh's Craigentinny Golf Course, which still survives Forgotten Fairways: Golf courses lost in the rough of war
3 weeks ago - Golf - External source
Scotland has 250 former golf courses, according to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS).

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