0 Seminar series promotes consistent playing performance

Greenkeepers and agronomists have a great opportunity to both hear and see how they can consistently create higher quality playing surfaces this spring. The 'Playing Consistent - Staying Consistent' seminar series will combine exciting and informative presentations from leading turf industry speakers, and the chance to follow-up with on course interactive demonstrations.

Organised jointly by three of the top names in golf turf management, Everris, Jacobsen and Syngenta, the free nationwide seminar series will include the inspirational ideas and practical experience of STRI agronomist, Henry Bechelet.

Also, with water management set to be the contentious hot topic of the season, learn how to get the best out the new wetting agent technology, Qualibra. Along with valuable tips and pointers to optimise turf health, minimise wastage and deliver a cost effective solution from a proven fertilizer programme.

The 2012 Seminars are open to all greenkeepers, agronomists, turf students and club managers and will take place across the UK at the following golf course locations:

Monday 26 March Marriott Dalmahoy Country Club, Nr Edinburgh
Tuesday 27 March The Mere Golf Resort & Spa, Knutsford
Wednesday 28 March Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull, West Midlands
Thursday 29 March John O'Gaunt Golf Club, Sandy, Bedfordshire
Friday 30 March Kings Hill Golf Club, West Malling, Kent

The new seminar format will see the morning's technical presentations, followed by a series of outdoor practical sessions. This reflects the success of the highly praised Turf Science Live events, which will enable greenkeepers to discuss issues with the experts and help to put all the ideas into practice - to deliver more consistent high quality turf for players.

To book your place log-on to www.greencast.co.uk - or by calling 01473 276370.

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