Hores flu jab course begins
30 Sep 2007 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
THE fightback to rescue Queensland's multimillion-dollar racing industry from horse flu began yesterday morning at major provincial racetracks.
Edwin Budding Award
29 Sep 2007 - Mechanics - Editor
Over the past months the IGCEMA officers and Board have been working to find someone in the golf industry on the technicianís side of things that has made a major contribution to our industry. After contacting all the Manufacturers and asking many industry leaders for names of these types of people, only one came to mind.
Royal Melbourne to host 2011 Presidents Cup
28 Sep 2007 - Golf - Editor
Just prior to the commencement of this weekend's Presidents Cup in Montreal, PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem announced that Royal Melbourne Golf Club will host the prestigious event when it comes to Australia in 2011.
St Andrews Maintenance Staff on strike
28 Sep 2007 - Golf - Editor
Golf course maintenance staff at The Golf Club, St Andrews Beach in Victoria have taken a dramatic stance this week, stopping work in protest of unpaid wages and entitlements.
Telstra Stadium keys up for the big one.
27 Sep 2007 - Rugby - Editor
The Melbourne Storm are the highest scoring team in the NRL. They have the tightest defence. They have the highest winning ratio. They have lost only once at Telstra Stadium over nine seasons. And yet the Manly Sea Eagles are the sentimental favorites soaring into a classic showdown this Sunday (7pm kick off).
MCG celebrates 150th birthday.
27 Sep 2007 - A.F.L - Editor
The MCG has celebrated its 150th birthday with a ceremonial handover of the groundís original occupancy certificate and the unveiling of a stunning tapestry work.
Wesley College hosting Bushrangers practise sessions.
26 Sep 2007 - Cricket - Editor
As sports grounds around Melbourne are churned up by Aussie Rules football finals, cricket teams are seeking alternative venues to prepare for the upcoming season.
Jacobsen Turf Groomers For Light Fairway Mowers
26 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
This new turf groomer offers several improvements when compared to the current design being used on the LF3400 with 128mm (5Ē) diameter cutting units. The reels can be sharpened, in-situ, without removing the groomer and all adjustment points are accessible from the front of the reel assembly. The roller is continually cleaned, even when the groomer is raised and out of the operating position thereby ensuring a cleaner finish.
Land of the Midnight Sun Iceland
25 Sep 2007 - Gold Classic UK Articles - Keith Kent
Part 5. Pitchcare Gold is a look into old articles from the UK library. Dragged up for a second life in the Oceania website. This week we take a peak at life in Iceland! A Pitchcare must read!!!
N.Z.G.C.S.A 75th Jubilee Report
24 Sep 2007 - Golf - Brett Burgess
It was about celebrating 75 years of growth, it was about celebrating 75 years of excellence, it was about 75 years of camaraderie that is unique to the turf industry not only in New Zealand but through out the rest of the world.
SMITHCO Super Star
24 Sep 2007 - Industry News - John Purtell
Featuring an advanced highly-responsive hydraulic drive system and hydraulic controls for all implements. With a new-design scarifier with exact depth control, and "step-through" chassis, tilt wheel and high-back seat for operator comfort.
Mach-tastic The Turfmach - TR50
24 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
The TR50 Turf Renovator was conceived as a direct result of industry demand for a multi-purpose turf maintenance machine that has been designed for use in all Turf areas including Golf Courses, Sportsfields, Parklands, Tennis Courts, Racetracks, Cemeteries and any large Turf areas.
23 Sep 2007 - General Sports - Laurence Gale MSc
The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead is one of the premier horse jumping competition facilities in the world. This year it hosted the Longines Royal International Horse Show for the sixteenth consecutive year.
The Kinloch Club in NZ looks the goods.
22 Sep 2007 - Golf - Editor
The Kinloch Club is an exciting world class golf, sports, and lodging club located adjacent to the town of Kinloch on the northern shores of Lake Taupo, New Zealand.
Skilled Stadium Upgrade
21 Sep 2007 - A.F.L - Editor
It was the AFL's 2007 minor premier and is favourite to snare the flag and break a 44-year hoodoo. Now the Cats are set to reap millions of dollars in government funding to redevelop their Skilled Stadium home.
20 Sep 2007 - Consultancy - Mary Purcell
Waste management is a hugely important topic on golf courses and parkland. The rate of waste generation is continuing to increase and existing waste disposal sites are reaching the end of their useful lifetime.