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Ipswich GC 025 Five year supplier agreement with golf club
2 Aug 2013 - Golf - Peter Driver
Bartram Mowers, the Norwich-based Ransomes Jacobsen dealer for East Anglia, has signed a third five-year preferred supplier agreement with Ipswich Golf Club.
IMG 1305 Top quality equipment produces a clean and tidy course
31 Jul 2013 - Golf - Rebecca Saunders
Longcliffe Golf Club, in Loughborough, is reaping rewards from its latest Trilo and ATT purchases from The Grass Group.
Stefan Carter with Lee Westwood   photo by Richard Jenkinson2 BIGGA greenkeepers on song at the open
28 Jul 2013 - Golf - Steve Castle
A team of volunteer greenkeepers from BIGGA have arrived back at their courses after a frenetic week preparing the links at Muirfield for the world’s greatest players – and raking over 1,500 bunkers in the process.
Ufford Pk 002 Long standing relationship at Ufford Park
27 Jul 2013 - Golf - Peter Driver
John Stepney at transformed 4th green Ashton on Mersey GC set on having best greens
26 Jul 2013 - Golf - Lorna Bishop
A focus on improving greens has won over members at Ashton on Mersey Golf Club who saw the end game was worth the minor disruption.
Bayer.jpg Bayer and partners to host free greenkeeping workshops
24 Jul 2013 - Golf - Bayer Crop Science
On 30 July, the Manchester Golf Club will host the second in a series of educational workshops for greenkeepers, where they will be able to learn how healthy, firm and smooth greens can be achieved this year.
Improved putting surface at Coventry Maintaining a Course the Greg Evans Way
22 Jul 2013 - Golf - Scott MacCallum
The latest club to engage Greg Evans Golf Course Solutions to advise on course maintenance has seen the condition of their golf course make remarkable strides.
the value of grasses Money does grow on trees!
20 Jul 2013 - Golf - Editor
The Golf Environment Organization look at issues relating to the natural environment - landscapes and ecosystems, habitats and vegetation types, and the values these bring to golf courses and biodiversity all around the world.

OSU Rieck David&Mike A League of Nations on the OSU Programme
20 Jul 2013 - Golf - David Rieck - Issue 48 - April / May 2013
The Ohio State University’s internship programme offers greenkeepers aged between twenty and twenty-seven the opportunity to work at some of the most high profile golf course in America. As German national, David Rieck, discovers, it is something of ...

mantis Mantis BunkerMaster is par for the course
17 Jul 2013 - Golf - External source
One of the greatest challenges for greenkeepers is bunker maintenance and achieving consistency.
2015 Solheim Cup John Deere 1 John Deere announces partnership for Solheim Cup
16 Jul 2013 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
John Deere will be the official supplier of golf course machinery for The 2015 Solheim Cup, the highlight of the women’s professional golf calendar.
THE OPEN 2012 TEAM PHOTO BIGGA Greenkeepers gear up for the Open
15 Jul 2013 - Golf - Steve Castle
As the world’s premier golfers head to Muirfield for The 142nd Open Championship, they will be supported by a committed band of BIGGA volunteer greenkeepers who play a critical role away from the spotlight.

ColinIrvine Colin Irvine - The Golfers’ Course Manager
15 Jul 2013 - Golf - Neville Johnson - Issue 48 - April / May 2013
One of the fairest of the Open Championship courses, that’s how Muirfield is often described. What golfers see is what they get. The course is an Old Tom Morris original that oozes tradition and heritage. It has lost none of its golfing allure since it was created for the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers back in 1891, and everyone there is eagerly anticipating the staging of Muirfield’s 16th Open Championship in 2013. Neville Johnson talks to their long-serving Course Manager.

Douce France In Full Bloom Adding a splash of colour to golf courses
14 Jul 2013 - Golf - Mark Allen - Issue 48 - April / May 2013
Two Midlands Course Managers, Kim Blake from Fulford Heath, and Andy Laing from Gaudet Luce, discuss how adding a splash of colour on their respective golf courses has been appreciated by golfers, visitors, bees and birds

golf Elevate FE takes Cardiff fairways to new level
12 Jul 2013 - Golf - Rebecca Saunders
Revitalised fairways without spending a fortune! – a great result that has been achieved by Head Greenkeeper Dan Harden at Cardiff Golf Club, with the help of Headland Amenity’s Elevate FE.
epping golf course Met office negativity is bad for golf
10 Jul 2013 - Golf - External source
MPs support local golf club over misleading weather forecasts TWO Conservative MPs have supported a call by a golf club manager for the Met Office to be less negative when delivering weather forecasts, as it has an adverse effect on golf participation.
calanbar2 Major new Nigerian course begins construction
7 Jul 2013 - Golf - External source
Construction is underway on the new golf course in Calabar, the capital of Nigeria's Cross River State.
5th Green[1] golf course Overseeding helps Hayston golf club turn green
6 Jul 2013 - Golf - John Haschak
Slow greens that tended to turn yellow in the winter are now a thing of the past at Hayston Golf Club thanks to the efforts of head green keeper Tam Currie

AntonyWainwright PenhaLonga Talking conservation at Turton Golf Club
6 Jul 2013 - Golf - Antony Wainwright - Issue 48 - April / May 2013
Winning the Conservation Greenkeeper of the Year in 2011 has provided a confidence boost for the greenkeeping team at Turton Golf Club, whilst also inspiring members to become more active. Here, Antony Wainwright explains the further conservation methods being employed at his club.

Golf finance autumn 2012 July Golf Diary 2013
4 Jul 2013 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc
July Golf Diary 2013

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