November 2008 (Page 3)

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St Andrews Links has recently renewed its Toro agreement, with links superintendent, Gordon Moir, saying that the Toro equipment the ‘Home of Golf’...

in Golf - on 19/11/08


A groundsman whose day job is as a financial adviser could be expected to know value for money when he sees it. So Michael Rinaldi is delighted with the...

in Cricket - on 19/11/08


New Holland’s latest T5000 Series tractors bring new levels of power and efficiency to groundcare contractors, local authorities, golf courses and turf...

in Industry News - on 19/11/08

Weather ruining our golf courses (just don't tell Donald Trump)

Greenkeepers at some of the country's most prestigious courses said they had been struggling to keep their venues open because this year's weather had...

in Golf - on 19/11/08


A turn of fraise

The control of Annual Meadow-Grass on professional football pitches. Football pitches are usually sown with perennial ryegrass as the dominant grass species...

in Consultancy - on 19/11/08

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Thomson Perrett & Lobb, the international golf course architecture practice founded by five times Open Champion Peter Thomson with partners Ross Perrett...

in Golf - on 19/11/08

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Head Groundsman at Great Yarmouth racecourse for the past three years, Richard Bradley describes his New Holland TN75 utility tractor as his ‘right hand...

in Industry News - on 18/11/08

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Close Season Maintenance

The end of season work has been carried out, square fenced off and everything stored away as the nights draw in and temperatures start to drop with the...

in Cricket - on 18/11/08

Amended Planning Bill restores protection for green spaces

A threat to green spaces from the Government's draft Planning Bill has been averted today (18 November).

in Industry News - on 18/11/08


Bats and lighting

This document is aimed at lighting engineers, lighting designers, planning officers, developers, bat workers and anyone specifying lighting. It is intended...

in Consultancy - on 18/11/08

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Golf Business Development magazine (GBD) is a new trade journal with a mandate to shake up the European golf industry.

in Golf - on 18/11/08

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Capel St Mary Bowls Club near Stowmarket in Suffolk made the switch from a domestic mower to a Dennis Sport pedestrian cylinder just over a year ago and...

in Industry News - on 18/11/08

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Turf maintenance and renovation contracts have been transformed for Warwickshire-firm, Avonmore Associates, following the addition of a Turfmech SQRL walk-behind...

in Industry News - on 17/11/08

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The Oldham Hulme Grammar Schools, values highly the role of sport in boosting pupils’ skills and health, offering activities ranging from football and...

in Industry News - on 17/11/08

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Delivered by Ransomes Jacobsen’s Scottish dealer, Fairways GM, earlier this season as part of a turf maintenance machinery and golf car package, the...

in Golf - on 17/11/08


So solid Crewe!

John Huxley has been Head Groundsman at Crewe Alexandra for the past thirty years. He claims it is “the best bloody job in the world”. Not averse to...

in Football - on 17/11/08


Scotts Professional has received confirmation that the EU Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health voted for non-inclusion of dichlobenil...

in Industry News - on 17/11/08

Cricket groundsman gives advice on cruise ship lawn

Mr Marron, who has looked after the ground at Old Trafford since 1975, said he thought it was a wind-up by his cricket chums when he received an invitation...

in Cricket - on 17/11/08

A first for Hayter in Israel

Hayter has delivered its first commercial mower to Israel via Toro distributor R T Cohen.

in Industry News - on 17/11/08

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Founded during the Great War in 1914, Balmoral Golf Club is situated right beside the Kings Hall Exhibition Centre, less than four miles from Belfast city...

in Golf - on 16/11/08