Magazine - Golf (Page 14)
Downland on the up at Hockley Golf Club
1 Feb 2015 - Golf - Mark Sanderson - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
Hockley Golf Club’s 250-acre site includes the original village settlement of Winchester, a Roman villa and some of the most important chalk downland in the south of England
30 Jan 2015 - Golf - Dave Bowers
Experienced golf course architect Howard Swan was unanimously re-elected chairman of the Golf Consultants Association (GCA) at its recent annual general meeting.
22 Jan 2015 - Golf - External source
The green calm of a Scottish golf club was shattered when this mammoth sinkhole appeared near its seventh hole.
The Greens Revolution
22 Jan 2015 - Golf - Alan Mahon - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
As glaciers retreated, they left, in their wake, narrow ridges of sand and gravel which were deposited by the streams of water that had once flowed in tunnels beneath the melting ice. These ridges now comprise the Esker Riada, from which Esker Hills Golf Club gets its name
21 Jan 2015 - Golf - External source
Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club’s greenkeepers have been recognised nationally this month after winning two awards.
20 Jan 2015 - Golf - Tim Franklin
Golfers looking to experience some of the best golf, gastronomy and wine that Spain has to offer, should look no further than the idyllic Costa Brava region on the north-east shores of the country, as it has been recognised by The Telegraph as one of its preferred holiday destinations for 2015.
20 Jan 2015 - Golf - Ellie Parry
A Trimax Snake rotary mower has transformed the way greenkeeping staff maintain the golf course at a club in Wales.
17 Jan 2015 - Golf - Tim Franklin
European Tour destination PGA Catalunya Resort near Barcelona is widely regarded as potentially the best golf resort in Spain and the venue’s two world-class courses, the Tour and the Stadium, will host the Winter Series of the ECCO Tour, the Danish satellite tour, in 2015.
Shropshire's finest ...
14 Jan 2015 - Golf - Laurence Gale MSc - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
Laurence Gale MSc visits Packwood Haugh School in deepest Shropshire to meet Head Groundsman, Phil Mold, and discovers a small team producing playing surfaces to be proud of
Compare and contrast...
14 Jan 2015 - Golf - Chris Roberts - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
When it comes to producing good quality putting surfaces, there is no set formula, with each course having differing topography, grass type, soil conditions and playing demands
10 Jan 2015 - Golf - Editor - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
David Leatherland - not much chance of your liver surviving if you attend one of his dinner parties!
A greenkeeper - man and boy!
10 Jan 2015 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 58 - December / January 2014 / 2015
Joining a club straight from school, and still being there forty years later, is something of a rarity. Yet, that is exactly what David Leatherland, Head Greenkeeper at Kedleston Park Golf Club in Derbyshire has done
3 Jan 2015 - Golf - Editorial
Former Royal Marine Commando takes over Helston Golf Club
29 Dec 2014 - Golf - Steve Castle
John Deere TPC Sawgrass volunteer winners announced
26 Dec 2014 - Golf - Tony Hawkins
Returning from treating Yew trees at the Battle of the Boyne site in the Republic of Ireland, Terrain Aeration’s David Green had his own fight across the Irish sea in the face of Hurricane Gonzales.
24 Dec 2014 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
The lucky winners of the Syngenta Big Game Challenge have been announced. They will now enjoy a fabulous four-ball round of the awesome Wentworth West Course, along with dinner and overnight in the prestigious Clubhouse.
24 Dec 2014 - Golf - External source
A Surrey golf club has closed down its golf course and is instead focusing entirely on FootGolf, the hybrid version of football and golf that has become increasingly popular in the last two years.