Magazine - Golf (Page 14)
11 Jul 2016 - Golf - External source
Work to restore elements of James Braid’s original design at The King’s Course at Gleneagles has reached completion
10 Jul 2016 - Golf - Yvonne Alexander
Royal Troon Golf Club has completed the most comprehensive preparations it has ever undertaken to ensure the Open Championship is played over firm and running links turf
9 Jul 2016 - Golf - External source
Work is basically complete on the changes to Royal Portrush designed to accommodate the return of the Open Championship to the club’s Dunluce Links
6 Jul 2016 - Golf - Mark Sanderson
The Operation Pollinator Awards 2016 are now open for entries. The competition seeks to reward golf clubs that have created ecological features that are managed to attract our essential pollinating insects and other wildlife
5 Jul 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
Brand new from Toro to the UK are the Reelmaster 3555-D and 3575-D fairway mowers
3 Jul 2016 - Golf - External source
Councillors have approved plans for a second championship golf course, to be dedicated to US golfer Arnold Palmer, at Castle Stuart near Inverness
1 Jul 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
New Jacobsen mowing and turf maintenance equipment has been delivered to Golf National ahead of the forthcoming Open de France.
30 Jun 2016 - Golf - David Mears
This year the annual Course Care Cup was held at Rushmore Golf Club and, despite the prospect of rain for most of the week, the weather on the day was splendid
30 Jun 2016 - Golf - Peter Britton
The art of topiary has been around since Roman times. As well as Europe, it was also popular in Japan and China at about the same time and has remained thus ever since
29 Jun 2016 - Golf - Chris Barnard
One of Scotland’s oldest golf clubs has undertaken an unprecedented project to return its famous layout to the original specifications in time for its 200th anniversary. Scotscraig Golf Club, which was founded in 1817, is the world’s 13th oldest golf club and boasts an 18-hole championship course originally laid out by James Braid.
28 Jun 2016 - Golf - External source
At least two more UK golf clubs are embarking on major housing projects in a bid to provide investment in their respective venues
28 Jun 2016 - Golf - External source
The grass, as the fabled cliché proffers, is always greener on the other side of the fence. But what if that fence runs through what used to be desert?
24 Jun 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Ransomes Jacobsen Ltd, the Ipswich-based manufacturer of commercial mowing equipment and its French branch, Ransomes Jacobsen France based in Toulouse, have recently signed a preferred supplier agreement with Golf National for the next five years following a tender late in 2015. The prestigious golf course, which belongs to the French Federation of Golf and will soon host the Ryder Cup, has demonstrated its confidence in Ransomes Jacobsen France, who has supplied equipment since 2010.
22 Jun 2016 - Golf - Peter Driver
Dustin Johnson won the 116th US Open Championship at Oakmont Country Club on greens prepared with specially adapted Jacobsen PGM 22 walking mowers. In a controversial final round he held off the challenge of Shane Lowry, Jim Furyk and Scott Piercy to win by three strokes with a total score of 276.
15 Jun 2016 - Golf - External source
The course will be the first in England to have the SubAir system introduced to all its greens; and the Creeping Bent grass strain we’re planting will help create some of the most distinguished greens in the world
Oakmont in the spotlight
15 Jun 2016 - Golf - Peter Britton
With the US Open about to get underway at the Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania, the course has come under the spotlight in more ways than one
14 Jun 2016 - Golf - Rosie Duckworth
In April, Liverpool’s Childwall Golf Club hosted the annual Four Counties Junior Tournament, shortly before which a new fleet of Toros arrived on site.
12 Jun 2016 - Golf - Editor
Gary Douglas - Dinner with Gazza, Ally and, err, Nacho - it’s a Rangers thing!