September 2008 (Page 3)


The question? ‘Was the Turf Trooper the most photographed product at this

in Industry News - on 16/9/08

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The present financial situation in our sector has changed for the worse, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. So, rather than allow it...

in Golf - on 16/9/08

 Cup clean up after storm

A clean-up operation was under way at the Ryder Cup venue on Monday after the remnants of Hurricane Ike ripped through Louisville.

in Golf - on 15/9/08


Barenbrug UK has appointed Spray Chem Limited as its distributor of the BAR range of amenity grass seed mixtures in Southern Ireland. For the first time...

in Industry News - on 15/9/08

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The Surrey National Golf Club, part of the Altonwood Golf Group owned by former Crystal Palace Football Club Chairman Ron Noades, has purchased a fleet...

in Golf - on 15/9/08


Whereas natural turf will grow and repair itself, repairs to artificial turf can be expensive, and it is imperative to establish a regular maintenance...

in Industry News - on 14/9/08

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Rustons Engineering is now offering a range of attachments for the Grasshopper zero-turn mowers it distributes in the UK, including leaf blowers, sweepers,...

in Industry News - on 14/9/08

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Steep learning curve!

Bedales is an independent school located in the village of Steep, near Petersfield in Hampshire. It is set in 60 hectares of rolling Hampshire countryside...

in Industry News - on 14/9/08

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Three Kioti tractors are playing an important part in keeping the pitch at the world-famous Headingley Carnegie Stadium in Leeds and its 35-acre training...

in Industry News - on 13/9/08


The biggest golf resort in Europe, which also features the largest golf school in the world, has chosen the new E-Z-GO RXV as its preferred golf car.

in Golf - on 13/9/08

Drop zone sides sweat

Wellstream NTSL clubs head into the last weekend of the season with many fearing last week’s torrential downpours and flooding will lead to cancellations...

in Cricket - on 12/9/08

RFU Chairman to open Barkers' Butts facilties

Martyn Thomas, the chairman of the Rugby Football Union management board, will be in Warwickshire tomorrow (September 13) to open the refurbished changing...

in Rugby - on 12/9/08


Despite the poor economic and weather conditions prevailing at this years Saltex show, the Muck-truck stand proved to be a source of great interest for...

in Industry News - on 12/9/08

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New York’s Central Park!

An energetic five-strong team from Scotts Professional – calling itself the Scotts Strollers 2 – is in training to run the ING New York City Marathon....

in Industry News - on 12/9/08

An Aird pitch fit for Camanachd Cup final, say officials

Shinty’s spotlight will tomorrow fall on Fort William in a final it almost lost even before the first ball had been struck.

in Industry News - on 12/9/08


Steve Elms joins Vitax Supaturf Ltd in the newly created role of Export Sales Manager.

in Industry News - on 12/9/08

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Barnham Broom Golf & Country Club, situated in rolling Norfolk countryside just 15 minutes from Norwich city centre, has recently taken delivery of a fleet...

in Golf - on 12/9/08

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Proving to be a very exciting year for grinding specialist Bernhard and Company, 2008 sees them clinching the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

in Industry News - on 11/9/08

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Honoured at Lord’s

Four groundsmen were honoured this week at the home of cricket when they each received a Cricket World and Pitchcare Cricket Groundsman of the Year Award...

in Cricket - on 11/9/08


Elephant’s Trunk

Keeping hedges under control has traditionally been hard work – even with lightweight petrol-driven trimmers users suffer back, neck, shoulder and arm...

in Industry News - on 11/9/08