King’s Ely sits in the shadows of the city’s splendid cathedral and its location and history demands high standards are maintained at all times. Blair Ferguson went to meet Will Temple and Chris Young, the two men who, along with their eight-man team, continue to surpass all expectations
“A day away from Chartwell is a day wasted”. That’s what Sir Winston Churchill said about his family home near Westerham in Kent, which has been in the care of the National Trust since his death in 1965. Neville Johnson went there to learn why its gardens and grounds are just as treasured as the house itself
In our last article, we spoke about the importance of training and how those in the industry have benefitted from it. Here, training and development manager Neil Adams at Reesink Turfcare discusses how training benefits machinery maintenance, particularly in the winter months
As Turnberry is to Ayrshire and Gleneagles is to Perthshire, Castle Stuart Golf Links has been conceived to be for the Highlands, a stunning championship links course opened in 2009, overlooking the Moray Firth. Head Greenkeeper James Hutchison has helped shape the golf course into what you see today. Lee Williams reports.
At the time of writing, Oxford United lie seventh in the League One table, with ambitions of gaining promotion to the Championship. The club recently moved into their new dedicated training facility in Cowley, a few miles south-east of the city and a stone’s throw from BMW’s Mini factory. Lee Williams met with Scott Humphries, the training ground’s twenty-five-year-old head groundsman.