Issue Number 86 (Page 1)

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Making his own mark

Felixtowe Ferry ’s Course Manager Glenn Rayfield is on something of a mission to return the only links layout in Suffolk to its traditional values with...

in Golf - on 18/10/19

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Open for business

For many years, the distinct beauty of Montalto Estate in County Down was only admired by its private owners. However, the decision to open this beauty...

in Public Places - on 16/10/19


Q&A with Steve Lloyd

Steve Lloyd - a family man who dreams of playing for Spurs

in Golf - on 14/10/19


Worcestershire Golf Club

The Worcestershire is regarded as being one of the very best golf courses in the Midlands, nestling as it does into the stunningly beautiful backdrop of...

in Golf - on 14/10/19


Carden Park of delights

There’s a destination to die for in the Cheshire countryside - with just a little golf on the side, as Greg Rhodes discovers.

in Golf - on 7/10/19


Q&A with Ben Kay

Ben Kay - working outside is the best and worst part of the job

in Football - on 5/10/19


Ben Kay's dual role

On a wet day in spring (when isn’t it in the north-west of England?) Lee Williams met with Ben Kay, Head Groundsman at Fulwood Academy and part-time...

in Football - on 5/10/19


Vision expressed

There cannot be many more pleasurable things to do on a warm summer’s day than to visit the Isle of Wight albeit via, what is considered, the most expensive...

in Cricket - on 29/9/19

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Cromer amongst the best

Every year the Lawn Tennis Association and STRI visit lawn tennis clubs all over the country to assess their courts. In April 2019, they went to a Norfolk...

in Tennis - on 27/9/19


Sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) is a species of deciduous flowering shrub often found on links courses; it is native to only a few areas on the east...

in Golf - on 25/9/19

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Machinery training

In this article, Neil Adams, training and development manager at Reesink Turfcare, whose training is industry-leading and also one of the biggest on offer...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 23/9/19


Q&A with Dan Kendle

Dan Kendle - he would ensure Donald Trump gets a haircut

in Golf - on 20/9/19


Newquay Golf Club

Newquay Golf Club in North Cornwall was formed in 1890 with the intent of creating Cornwall’s finest golf course alongside the wonderful stretch of Fistral...

in Golf - on 20/9/19


Q&A with Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson - he hates snakes but has interesting shark trivia

in Football - on 18/9/19


Redcar Athletic interview

The club was established in 1993 as Teesside Athletic and initially played in the Teesside League. In 2005, they joined the Wearside League and, in 2010,...

in Football - on 18/9/19

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Do you feel valued?

Grounds Training Tutor Frank Newberry believes that most people want to work for an organisation that values their efforts. In this article, Frank suggests...

in Consultancy - on 16/9/19


Q&A with Carl Tonks

Carl Tonks - he’s had enough of Brexit!

in People - on 13/9/19


Ripon Racecourse

Ripon is known as Yorkshire’s Garden Racecourse, due to its most pleasant surroundings and well-kept bedding areas which are often entered into the Yorkshire...

in Equestrian - on 13/9/19


Lancashire CCC

Old Trafford, known for sponsorship reasons as Emirates Old Trafford, opened in 1857 as the home of Manchester Cricket Club and, since 1864, has been the...

in Cricket - on 11/9/19

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Project One Campus

Warwick Independent Schools Foundation has embarked on extensive improvements and modernisation known as its Project One Campus. Due for completion next...

in Cricket - on 9/9/19