Niall Richardson, Golf Course Superintendent at Bernardus Golf Club, urges golf players to be more open-minded, or even positive, about playing on browner, drier fairways. Such fairways require fewer resources.
Environmental Solutions International Ltd will host a free webinar to help people completing their Operator Water Resilience Plan, which is part of the Water Charter.
The Administration and Planning Department of Milwaukee County, USA, is looking for a contract to install synthetic turf putting greens and tee boxes at Zablocki Park Golf Course.
The British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association (BIGGA) has revealed the team of almost 50…
A new level 3 Advanced Sports Turf Technician apprenticeship is set to be rolled out in the UK. The apprenticeship has been approved by the UK Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE).
The putting green of the golf course that is part of the Vitalia at Tradition gated community in Port St. Lucie in the US has been recognised as the world’s largest synthetic turf putting green by the World Record Academy. It measures 13,000 sqm.
Atlas Turf International has confirmed that Jebsen & Jessen will be their exclusive distributor for the Southeast Asian region. Jebsen & Jessen will offer Atlas Turf’s complete line of turfgrass products in the countries Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Groundskeepers have the extraordinary task of convincing turf to grow where it otherwise wouldn’t. The sands beneath elite fields, the compacted clay of cricket wickets, and ever-increasing hours of foot traffic are at odds with what plants consider a hospitable environment. The challenges of urban green space management are just some of the topics covered in Grounded, a new book by soil scientist Alisa Bryce.
While most sports clubs and golf courses in France have been affected by the implications of the hot and dry summer this year, some golf courses are starting to reap the benefit of investments they made many years ago.
Swiss company Ronovatec AG, the developer of the fully electronic, multifunctional equipment carrier for sports field maintenance, has received a CHF 3 million (EUR 3.1 million) loan guarantee from the Technology Fund.