Magazine - Golf (Page 15)
10 Oct 2012 - Golf - Bayer Crop Science
With the British climate offering an ideal habitat for disease pathogens to thrive, Greenkeepers face a year round battle against fungal turf disease.
9 Oct 2012 - Golf - External source
The Nairn Golf Club will round off an historic year for European golf by becoming the first Scottish club to compete in the Women’s International Team Challenge.
8 Oct 2012 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
The West Lancashire Golf Club from Blundellsands in Liverpool has won the national final of the 2012 John Deere Team Championship golf tournament at its first attempt, beating off the challenge of 24 other teams from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
7 Oct 2012 - Golf - Peter Driver
Club de Golf Valderrama, situated at San Roque in southern Spain and voted the number 1 golf course in continental Europe, has taken delivery of a fleet of 40 RXV golf cars from local E-Z-GO distributor, Green Mowers.
6 Oct 2012 - Golf - Peter Driver
Jon Oostendorp, deputy course manager at Salisbury and South Wilts Golf Club, is the recipient of the 2012 Ransomes Jacobsen-sponsored best student award, presented at Myerscough College’s graduation ceremony recently.
6 Oct 2012 - Golf - External source
Southampton City Golf Course has been awarded GolfMark status for attracting junior players onto the fairways.
North Hants Golf Club returning to former glories
6 Oct 2012 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 44 - August / September 2012
On the surface, apart from a thoroughly modern clubhouse and a sprawl of contemporary houses where once there was heathland, little appeared to have changed but, as Peter Britton discovers, nothing could be further from the truth at North Hants Golf Club.
5 Oct 2012 - Golf - External source
British Seed Houses had an extra reason for celebrating Europe’s greatest ever comeback in the Ryder Cup.
5 Oct 2012 - Golf - Amy Ellingham
Verulam Golf Club in St Albans, Hertfordshire, has become the latest venue to benefit from Toro’s Golf Decoder Controller (GDC) irrigation system.
3 Oct 2012 - Golf - External source
The St Andrews night sky is set to come alive once again with a dazzling firework display, on the eve of the final day’s play in this year’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Once in a lifetime golf internships up for grabs
1 Oct 2012 - Golf - Editor - 2 comments
Young people interested in careers in golf grounds and sports turf management are being invited to take up once-in-a-lifetime internships in the United States, and be paid too!
Do clay pipes help with drainage?
30 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor - Issue 44 - August / September 2012
Steve Oultram, Course Manager at Wilmslow Golf Club in Cheshire, believes the ‘old boys’ had it right when they talked about the pulling power of clay pipes when used for on-course drainage. To this day, he continues to use this method as his preferred choice over more modern pipe systems
24 Sep 2012 - Golf - External source
After a career spanning 44 years as a greenkeeper on the St Andrews links - 37 of which were continuous - David Wilson has retired.
23 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor
The traditional driving-in ceremony for the new Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews took place on the first tee of the Old Course today.
22 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor
England’s summer of Olympic and Paralympic sport has inspired thousands of people to have a go at golf.
21 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor
Scottish golf legend Colin Montgomerie has expressed his delight at the funds raised for the foundation set up in his mother's name by a special golf day at Kingsbarns Golf Links.
Edgbaston Golf Club - belying the city's industrial heritage
21 Sep 2012 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc - Issue 44 - August / September 2012
Having spent his earlier career working in Birmingham’s parks and open spaces, our editor is well aware of the landscape gems within its confines. The city can boast one of the most diverse and tree populated urban landscapes in the country, with close to six hundred parks and over two hundred play areas. Add in countless public schools, private estates and several golf courses and Birmingham certainly belies its more industrial heritage.
19 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor
Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham has dramatically cut its annual water bill after upgrading to a Gemini-Trident Irrigation (GTI) system from Bailoy Products.
17 Sep 2012 - Golf - Editor
Rain Bird are pleased to announce the successful erecting and commissioning of the WT-M Rain Bird turbine on a 24metre mast at Merlin GC, Cornwall nr. Padstow.