Magazine - Golf (Page 14)
4 Mar 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Unique remote controlled mower solves health and safety issues maintaining banks in SSSI area
3 Mar 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Toro’s Workman utility vehicles meet most demands: powerful, dependable, rugged, easy to maintain
2 Mar 2016 - Golf - Editor - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
Brian Innes Mckendrick - anything with an ‘F’ in it is pleasurable - let’s just leave it there, shall we!
Craigielaw Golf Club - Perfection will just have to do!
2 Mar 2016 - Golf - Peter Britton - Issue 65 - February / March 2016
Craigielaw Golf Club’s Head Greenkeeper, Brian Mckendrick, once made parts for combat aircraft. Now he plies his trade at one of Scotland’s golf coast’s newest courses. It is a transition he has made smoothly, but he confesses to being a perfectionist!
1 Mar 2016 - Golf - Editor
Watt Fences can now supply products which cater also for show grounds, sporting venues, commercial and residential use
29 Feb 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Two golf courses, orange groves and a herd of cattle - all in a day's work at Morgado do Reguengo Resort in Portugal
28 Feb 2016 - Golf - Charmian Robson
AQUA-AID's Verde-Cal G was recently trialed at Dunmurry Springs Golf Club, Kildare, producing excellent results in removing black layer from the club's second green
28 Feb 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
When you've been at a golf course since its very beginning, overseeing its construction and grow-in all the way to it hosting Tiger Woods winning the World Golf Championship, it's natural you would want the best machinery
27 Feb 2016 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
Starting wetting agent programmes earlier this spring will aid faster recovery of turf quality, and ensure plants remain healthier through the summer
25 Feb 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
The Lynx Smart Hub is a new type of field controller that adds security, programmability and sensing to the benefits and simplicity of a two-wire system to optimize golf course irrigation operations
25 Feb 2016 - Golf - Editor
Warrington Golf Club’s Agronomy Department have recently been fully kitted out in Helly Hansen Workwear. Course Manager John McLoughlin discusses the factors that influenced his decision to select workwear from the Helly Hansen range
Winning tips from the top sprayer man
25 Feb 2016 - Golf - Dan Lightfoot - Issue 64 - December / January 2015 / 2016
Dan Lightfoot, Syngenta UK Business Manager, visited the winner of the amenity turf boom sprayer category, Andrew Kerr from West Malling Golf Club in Kent, to glean some winning tips for sprayer operatives
24 Feb 2016 - Golf - Louise Prettyman
Situated on Scotland’s Golf Coast, just outside of Edinburgh, Craigielaw greens are undulating so finding the right over-seeder was a challenge for Head Greenkeeper, Brian Mckendrick.
Not a Mere dalliance
23 Feb 2016 - Golf - James Hutchinson - Issue 64 - December / January 2015 / 2016
James Hutchinson heads to The Mere Golf Resort and Spa in Cheshire to review the course’s environmental credentials and discovers invasive rhododendrons ... and geese!
20 Feb 2016 - Golf - External
Designed to help you track and record turf health on your mobile device, storing all your critical information in one place.
19 Feb 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Over 80 Ransomes Jacobsen guests and staff from Europe, the Asia-Pacific territory and South America attended the Golf Industry Show in San Diego recently.
19 Feb 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Ransomes Jacobsen’s three-hole golf course, The RJ National, located at their European headquarters on the outskirts of Ipswich, has been re-certified by the Golf Environment Organization (GEO). With this latest accolade, the RJ National becomes the first golf course in the UK to be awarded GEO Certified® status for commitment to sustainable development for a third time.
14 Feb 2016 - Golf - Editor - Issue 64 - December / January 2015 / 2016
Adam Matthews - nothing changes under the duvet ... apparently!