Magazine - Golf (Page 11)
11 Feb 2014 - Golf - Yvonne Alexander
Kingsbarns Golf Links has confirmed an exceptional start to 2014 with advance bookings reaching record levels.
7 Feb 2014 - Golf - Nick Nixon
One of the most comprehensive pieces of golf market research ever conducted in the UK will be presented at GolfBIC (Golf Business Industry Convention), March 10-11, 2014, at the Marriott Forest of Arden.
6 Feb 2014 - Golf - Ellie Parry
Matt Plested, Course Manager at Muswell Hill Golf Club in North London has always looked to achieve the highest possible standards, but in attempting to keep on top of his fairway cutting he was finding that he didn’t have sufficient man power to devote time to other areas of the course.
6 Feb 2014 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
The Wentworth Club has renewed its five-year Toro exclusivity agreement with distributor Lely UK.
The final piece of the jigsaw
6 Feb 2014 - Golf - Billy McMillan - Issue 52 - December / January 2013 / 2014
In this article, Billy McMillan reviews the value of a course policy document in the face of modern day golf course management and suggests how we may develop it into a more accepted and modern day working document
5 Feb 2014 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
Course manager Billy McLachlan and his greenkeeping team have an extremely busy year ahead of them at Royal Troon Golf Course on the Firth of Clyde in 2014.
2 Feb 2014 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc
The continued wet weather has, in no doubt, tested the patience of both the golfers and greenkeepers in most parts of the country in recent weeks
29 Jan 2014 - Golf - Peter Driver
E-Z-GO, headquartered in Augusta, GA and distributed across Europe by Ransomes Jacobsen, is celebrating its 60th anniversary during 2014.
28 Jan 2014 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
Greenkeepers and turf agronomists have the chance to win a place in a fabulous four-ball round of golf on the world-renowned West Course of Wentworth Golf Club, with The Big Game Challenge launched at BTME this week (21-23 January 2014).
Surface Renewal Scheme at Essendon Golf Club
27 Jan 2014 - Golf - Charles Henderson - Issue 52 - December / January 2013 / 2014
Essendon Country Club is considered one of Hertfordshire’s best kept secrets, it represents one of the golf industry’s few success stories over the last couple of years
26 Jan 2014 - Golf - Louise Prettyman
Laid out in 1908, Worplesdon Golf Club’s course can be described as classic Surrey heathland providing a real test for the golfer.
Golf courses and protected species - staying within the law
25 Jan 2014 - Golf - Gemma Holmes - Issue 52 - December / January 2013 / 2014
Gemma Holmes, Senior Ecologist at the Landscape Planning Group, offers advice on how to stay within the law when undertaking work at your facility
20 Jan 2014 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Golf irrigation specialist Bailoy Products is showing its range of Gemini and Trident precision irrigation control systems, which water in millimetres – and not just minutes like some controllers – for greater accuracy and efficient use of water.
15 Jan 2014 - Golf - Ellie Parry
Everris has shown its support for four greenkeepers undertaking an extraordinary journey to the BTME exhibition in Harrogate.
15 Jan 2014 - Golf - Peter Driver
Four greenkeepers begin 207-mile charity trek from Ipswich to North Yorkshire pushing Ransomes mowers.
15 Jan 2014 - Golf - Mike Bird
A highly-sensitive golf course reconstruction project has been completed successfully and on schedule for Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club by specialist golf construction contractor, MJ Abbott Limited.
14 Jan 2014 - Golf - Nigel Chell
JCB has announced a new wave of investment in Staffordshire with plans for a £30 million golf course next to its World HQ to help boost sales and build global awareness of its brand.
14 Jan 2014 - Golf - Nick Nixon
Birchwood Park Golf Centre, near Dartford, has joined an elite group of less than 100 European golf facilities to achieve the internationally recognised sustainability award, GEO Certified™.
12 Jan 2014 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
A revolution has taken place at Thorney Lakes Golf Centre in Cambridgeshire – that is how course manager Sid Matthews describes the switch to John Deere course maintenance equipment.