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GCSAALogo2 Golf Course Superintendents Association of America celebrates 90th anniversary
13 Sep 2016 - Golf - External source
The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), which was formed in 1926 by Englishman John Morley to further greenkeeping ideas among middle America golf courses, is celebrating 90 years as one of the most important organisations in the game
Frilford Heath Frilford Heath opts for Otterbine Air Flo 3
12 Sep 2016 - Golf - Georgie Scott
Diffused aeration system brings significant improvement to reservoir
FlaxbyGC Housing magazine calls for golf courses to be closed down and built on
12 Sep 2016 - Golf - Martyn Clapham
A leading equities analyst has written an article for Property Week calling for authorities to dig up golf courses in a bid to solve the UK’s housing shortage crisis

Moth Wooly Bear caterpillar Moths - The forgotten insect?
12 Sep 2016 - Golf - Steve Thompson - Issue 68 - August / September 2016
When you’re looking around the golf course or sports ground for local wildlife, it’s easy to spot the obvious or common species, such as birds; maybe a blackbird singing on a nearby tree, a woodpigeon flying over; butterflies in the summer months, such as Peacock or Red Admiral or, if you have water nearby, you might see a dragonfly.

Chislehurst Chislehurst Golf Club rakes over 75% of its time back with the Toro Sand Pro 2040Z
9 Sep 2016 - Golf - Georgie Scott
Chislehurst Golf Club in Kent has been using a Toro Sand Pro 2040Z since it arrived at the club in Autumn 2015 as part of a comprehensive Toro machinery deal
Wester Fearn Point Dornoch Firth Opposition to new golf course due to rare fly
8 Sep 2016 - Golf - Jenny Yu
A championship golf course that is being proposed to be built in the Highlands is at risk due to concerns for a rare species of fly
MANSION NORTH WEST   MED Capability Brown Landscape ensure Stoke Park is a cut above
7 Sep 2016 - Golf - Dave Bowers
The nation is currently celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of the legendary landscape designer Lancelot ‘Capability' Brown - and, at Stoke Park Country Club, Spa & Hotel you can not only admire his parkland but, simultaneously, play golf on a world-class course
John Deere The Belfry A Deere back at The Belfry
6 Sep 2016 - Golf - Steve Mitchell
Only one golf course in the world can boast that it’s hosted more Ryder Cup matches than any other venue – and that’s The Belfry Hotel & Resort in North Warwickshire.
Royal Burgess Jacobsen Oldest golfing society in the world revived with the help of Jacobsen
6 Sep 2016 - Golf - Ella Boyden
The Royal Burgess Golfing Society, located on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Scotland, has seen vast improvements in the quality of its golf course, resulting in an increase in membership figures, after purchasing a range of equipment from Jacobsen.
rugby golf 3 Will your course be hosting Rugby Golf events?
4 Sep 2016 - Golf - Martyn Clapham
Organisers of a new sport to the UK are hoping golf clubs will be hosting Rugby Golf events in the way they have embraced footgolf in the last few years.
Toro King James One of the world's only inland golf courses switches to Toro in a bid to cut costs and hassle
2 Sep 2016 - Golf - Georgie Scott
Scotland’s 157-year-old King James VI Golf Club – one of the very few in the world occupying a riverine island – has switched from a competitor brand to Toro, in a move that the club says has saved both money and inconvenience.
Easingwold GC Cleaner cut for Easingwood's greens thanks to Toro
1 Sep 2016 - Golf - Georgie Scott
Following the arrival of two new Toro mowers, Easingwold Golf Club has reported a cleaner cut across its 18 hole, Par 72 SSS 72 course, set in woodland and heath just south of Easingwold, North Yorkshire
September Golf Diary 2016
1 Sep 2016 - Golf - Editor
Pitchcare, September, Golf Diary, 2016
LandscapeGroup The Landscape Group Chooses Jacobsen to Maintain Sport Aberdeen Golf Courses
31 Aug 2016 - Golf - Ella Boyden
The Landscape Group, a UK-based green service provider, has chosen Jacobsen equipment to maintain Sport Aberdeen’s four council-owned golf courses
CastleGolfClub A Decade of ICL Products for Castle Golf Club
31 Aug 2016 - Golf - Lucy Nicholls
Paul Fitzgerald, Course Superintendent at Castle Golf Club - one of the finest 18 hole parkland golf courses in Dublin, has been using ICL products for the last ten years and believes no other products can compare
Matt Robbins2 Matt Robbins - How do you prepare your course?
30 Aug 2016 - Golf - Joe Urquhart
National Club Golfer talks to Matt Robbins about how he keeps Telford Golf Club in shape
Turfco Roadshow 9318 Successful Turfco Roadshow across southeast England
30 Aug 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
The team at Ransomes Jacobsen organised a roadshow across the south of England, demonstrating a range of Turfco topdressers, seeders and blowers to golf clubs in the region
Jura12th Ardfin A third of a Scottish island’s population work on a golf course
28 Aug 2016 - Golf - Rosemary Ayim
A third of the entire population of the Scottish island of Jura work on a golf course that hasn’t even been built yet.
FoxhillsE Z Go The Foxhills Collection
26 Aug 2016 - Golf - Ella Boyden
The Foxhills Collection has taken delivery of 50 new E-Z-GO RXV golf cars featuring platinum silver paint, new super deluxe seats, and for the first time in the UK, the TKV GPS
MoorAllerton1 How do you build a golf hole?
25 Aug 2016 - Golf - Joe Urquhart
Here’s a great article from National Club Golfer that highlights the work of golf greenkeepers

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