Magazine - Golf (Page 15)
2 Oct 2013 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Druids Heath Golf Club near Walsall has switched to an all-Toro fleet in a new five-year agreement.
Builth Wells Golf Club - a river runs through it
1 Oct 2013 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc - Issue 50 - August / September 2013
When our editor called in unannounced at Builth Wells Golf Club, it was something of a shock to the system for Head Greenkeeper Matt Horton to see our man striding towards him armed with camera equipment and notepad.
27 Sep 2013 - Golf - Peter Driver
Per Christensen, head greenkeeper at Fredensborg Golf Club, is a loyal customer of the Jacobsen brand.
24 Sep 2013 - Golf - Rebecca Saunders
Castle Eden Golf Club, County Durham, measures 5,976 yards and with a par of just seventy, provides a good test for all handicap levels.
23 Sep 2013 - Golf - Rebecca Saunders
A highly effective soil penetrant from Headland Amenity is keeping fairways at West Herts Golf Club in good condition as the British summer finally makes an appearance.
17 Sep 2013 - Golf - Michelle Black
Leading golf and amenity supplier, James Coburn Ltd helped to launch Bayer’s latest innovation in turf fungicide at the Royal Belfast Golf Club recently.
All change ...
17 Sep 2013 - Golf - Billy McMillan - Issue 50 - August / September 2013
When we asked the highly experienced and respected Billy McMillan to give us his take on how the industry has changed in the past decade, we were expecting a few words about the role of the head greenkeeper.
14 Sep 2013 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Wimbledon Park Golf Club has completed its upgrade to a state-of-the-art Toro Lynx and GDC irrigation system.
9 Sep 2013 - Golf - Tina Ribbans
Drainage works carried out by leading sports turf contractor, Souters Sports, at North Wales Golf Club have recently been completed and delivered beneficial results to the club.
9 Sep 2013 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Chipping Sodbury Golf Club has become a Total Solutions customer after signing both a new five-year Toro machinery deal and investing in a new Toro irrigation system.
5 Sep 2013 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
Golf courses provide an essential haven for some of the UKs most endangered insect species, and potentially hold the key to restoring populations of essential pollinating insects.
Golf - a changing profession
5 Sep 2013 - Golf - Sallie Taylor - Issue 43 - June / July 2012
How has British Greenkeeping practice changed over the last ten years? Sallie Taylor talked to two seasoned professionals, Chris Whittle from Royal Birkdale and Gordon Brammah from Hallamshire, Sheffield to find out their views.
4 Sep 2013 - Golf - Tim Lobb
Wimbledon Park Golf Club -- which is located directly opposite the world-famous All England Lawn Tennis Club -- has recently completed a major renovation under the supervision of London-based golf design firm Thomson Perrett & Lobb.
Not stumped for ideas at North Foreland GC
2 Sep 2013 - Golf - Dan McGrath - Issue 49 - June / July 2013
Dan McGrath, Course Manager at North Foreland Golf Club in Kent, became BIGGA’s 56th Master Greenkeeper in April 2011. Alongside his commitment to providing the best playing surfaces for members and visitors, Dan and his team have been improving the environmental credentials of the course
Taking the N out of P & K
30 Aug 2013 - Golf - Mike Bird - Issue 49 - June / July 2013
Formed in 1922, Pyle and Kenfig Golf Club, near Bridgend, south Wales, offers a great test of links golf on a course laid out in two nine-hole loops, each with its own unique and challenging features. Mike Bird spent a morning with the club’s Head Greenkeeper, Paul Johnson, learning about his maintenance and improvement programmes, past, present and future
29 Aug 2013 - Golf - Chloe Miller
A nutrient programme from Headland Amenity, tailored to the low input greens on the heathland course of Limpsfield Chart Golf Club, has improved the playing surfaces and helped the greenkeeping team cope with challenging weather conditions.
28 Aug 2013 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Historic links course Royal Liverpool has reaffirmed its relationship with Toro and distributor Lely by making its biggest fleet investment yet, spending £300,000 on new machinery – including the very latest green technology.
Golf Courses are Avian Havens
24 Aug 2013 - Golf - Antony Wainwright - Issue 49 - June / July 2013 - 1 comment
Antony Wainwright, a previous winner of Conservation Greenkeeper of the Year and, until recently, one of the team at Turton Golf Club in Lancashire, begins a series of articles on conservation and ecology, by looking at birds and their value to the golf course environment