Magazine - Golf (Page 13)
25 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Major winner Geoff Ogilvy calls for a sensible approach to providing pace.
Royal Portrush - Graeme up Beatt for the Open...
25 Jun 2015 - Golf - Chris McCullough - Issue 60 - April / May 2015
Situated on the rugged Atlantic coast, the stunning location of Royal Portrush provides something of a greenkeeping challenge, but one that new Course Manager Graeme Beatt is more than adequately qualified for
24 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Renowned Scottish golf course photographer Mark Alexander will become the first photographer to exhibit his work at one of Scotland’s most prestigious art galleries next month.
23 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Royal Blackheath selects a GreenMech wood chipper after it had been recommended.
23 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Course Manager, Mark Heveran, gives an insight to his maintenance regime for Royal Cromer.
20 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Everris support the Student Greenkeeper of the Year award in Ireland.
19 Jun 2015 - Golf - Editor - Issue 60 - April / May 2015
Richard Engall - don’t drive balls at him, but please keep to the ‘speed’ limits!
Bushfoot Golf Club
19 Jun 2015 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 60 - April / May 2015
This year celebrating its 125th anniversary, Bushfoot Golf Club occupies a stunning coastal location midway between Dunluce Castle and the Giant’s Causeway, and just a few miles east of Royal Portrush.
18 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Bernhard and Company was pleased to support Royal County Down G.C. at the recent Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, hosted by the Rory Foundation.
16 Jun 2015 - Golf - Peter Driver
Situated in the picturesque Ruhpolding Valley, just three minutes from the town centre, Golf Club Ruhpolding, has been a loyal Jacobsen customer since 1992.
10 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Dunedin's Island Park Golf Club greenkeeper Michael Minty was back in his kayak yesterday, inspecting damage to the course after last week's rain.
9 Jun 2015 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
Summer outbreaks of Fusarium may not cause the large-scale damage seen in winter, but, at a time when all players expect the very best possible greens quality, any complaints can be especially vociferous.
8 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
A private members’ golf club has lost a VAT repayment claim case about in which it called for the government to pay it back £185,000 in taxes.
7 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Throughout the summer in 2015, The Grove, London's five-star golf resort, is set to host two of the UK's leading open amateur competitions, Back on Black and The Bentley Cup.
5 Jun 2015 - Golf - External
Royal St David's invests in TYM T503 as part of Rolling Machinery Programme with Lely UK
31 May 2015 - Golf - Jennifer Denby
Brett Vale Golf Club, in the heart of Dedham Vale, Suffolk, has added a TYM T293 to its fleet, marking part of a substantial investment with turfcare specialists Lely – the UK’s sole distributors of TYM tractors and Toro turf maintenance equipment.
30 May 2015 - Golf - External source
Head Greenkeeper Darryl Smethurst has been in the swing of things at Saddleworth Golf Club for 25 years.
Composting - Recycling the Golf Course
28 May 2015 - Golf - James Hutchinson - Issue 60 - April / May 2015
James Hutchinson, recently appointed Environmental Officer at The St Andrews Links Trust, offers us his advice on the use of recycled materials and their subsequent usage on a golf course