Magazine - Golf (Page 12)
22 Apr 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Eight young members of Ipswich Golf Club's Junior Development squad visited Ransomes Jacobsen's European headquarters to practice their short game on the RJ National, the company's three-hole golf course
21 Apr 2016 - Golf - External source
Five golf buggies and a golf course have been damaged in an incident that happened overnight on Monday and Tuesday
19 Apr 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Astbury Golf Club, in South Cheshire, has significantly improved the presentation and playability of its key playing surfaces, thanks, in part, to a partnership agreement with leading turfcare machinery specialists Toro.
A 19th like no other ...
18 Apr 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
Peter Driver, Ransomes Jacobsen's PR Manager retires later this year and, in this article, he looks back at a visit to the Legends Golf & Safari Resort. It is renowned for its ‘Extreme 19th’ hole, which requires a helicopter ride to the tee!
15 Apr 2016 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
One of Northern Ireland’s most luxurious golf resorts has taken delivery of an extensive range of new John Deere turf machines from dealer Johnston Gilpin & Co to help maintain its courses.
14 Apr 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
As it gears up for its Centenary in 2020 and sets its sights on becoming a Top 100 golf course in the UK, Prestbury Golf Club, near Macclesfield in the Cheshire countryside, has invested in a new Toro fleet.
14 Apr 2016 - Golf - Lucy Nicholls
Portlethen Golf Club is maturing into one of the most popular parkland courses in the North East of Scotland. To give its 800 plus members the best course possible, course manager Neil Sadler relies on products from ICL.
Limestone and Gypsum - understanding your options
12 Apr 2016 - Golf - Jim Miller - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
A former Golf Course Superintendent, Jim Miller fully understands the benefits calcium can bring to the soil, but suggests that traditional methods of application have now been overtaken by more modern methods
9 Apr 2016 - Golf - Karl Hansell
BIGGA members are being invited to help shape the education programme that will be delivered at Europe’s largest convention dedicated to the turf management industry, BTME 2017.
Mole Ploughing - always closed ... to rarely closed
8 Apr 2016 - Golf - Rob Bayliss - Issue 65 - February / March 2016 - 4 comments
Rob Bayliss, Course Manager at Weymouth Golf Club, offers a practical guide to mole ploughing and the benefits it has brought to his course
7 Apr 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Already an exclusive Toro user, when the need arose for a new rough mower and sprayer, Simon Plummer, course manager at Wiltshire’s Ogbourne Downs Golf Club, looked no further and opted for the Toro Groundsmaster 4500-D and the Multi Pro 1750-D sprayer.
6 Apr 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
This year Toro’s Student Greenkeeper of the Year Awards will become two awards in one; offering, for the first time, a second category, for students aged 20 years and under.
Weymouth Golf Club - driven by the membership
6 Apr 2016 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
When I first contacted Rob Bayliss, Course Manager at Weymouth Golf Club in west Dorset, his immediate reaction was “We are only a small club. I’m not sure I’ve got much to talk about that your readers would find interesting.” As it transpires, Rob had plenty to discuss, and it would seem that the membership is high on his priorities
5 Apr 2016 - Golf - Editorial
Spot the Ball competition: 2016 Masters
4 Apr 2016 - Golf - External source
An apprentice greenkeeper at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake, has been crowned Reaseheath College’s ‘Apprentice of the Year’.
2 Apr 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Performance really does matter for the 21 delegates who attended the fourth BIGGA Future Turf Managers’ Initiative (FTMI), made possible by Jacobsen, which took place recently at their European headquarters in Ipswich
Empowering the members
2 Apr 2016 - Golf - Steve Thompson - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
John O’Gaunt greenkeeper, Steve Thompson, suggests there are some simple ways to get the members involved in conservation and ecology, and all will bring benefits to the club
1 Apr 2016 - Golf - Editor
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