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Flagstaff Gardens Bowls Club Flagstaff Gardens Bowls Club to Receive Ultimate Makeover
31 Dec 2007 - Bowls - Editor
Melbourne City Council has recently agreed to construct a new high environmental quality Bowls Club facility in Flagstaff Gardens at a cost of approximately $3.2 million.

bob-froudHillside-2.jpg Court In The Act ...
30 Dec 2007 - Tennis - Bob Froud
A new tennis court represents a major investment whether it be funded by club members, schools, individuals or external funding bodies.

new perth stadium.jpg Perth Want New Stadium MCG Size
30 Dec 2007 - Football - Editor
The MCG dimensions are 160m x 141m while Subiaco, which has given WA teams such a huge home-ground advantage, is longer and much narrower – 175m x 122m. Harvey wants the new ground to be MCG-shaped, as that is where the Grand Final is played.

John Deere New Mower Changes Cut Width On The Move
30 Dec 2007 - General News - Steve Mitchell - 4 comments
John Deere's new 7400 TerrainCut trim & surrounds mower is a brand new concept machine developed following extensive customer feedback in Europe and the US.

Ipswich Turf Club Ipswich Turf Club Welcome Return
29 Dec 2007 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Ipswich Turf Club will this weekend welcome the return of racing, almost four months to the day a meeting was last held at the Bundamba track.

AMI Stadium N.Z's AMI Stadium's New Stand
29 Dec 2007 - General News - Editor
Fletcher Construction will build AMI Stadium's new stand, after beating several other companies to win the multi-million dollar contract.

Hard Slog for Batsmen at the 'G'
28 Dec 2007 - Cricket - Editor
The MCG pitch will disintegrate as the Boxing Day Test continues, making conditions more difficult for batsmen.

US$18 million golf course For Vietnam
28 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
A South Korean firm will build a US$18 million golf course and resort in Bao Loc in the Central Highlands.

Thunderbird Resorts Philippines Will Excite Golf Enthusiasts
27 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
In 2008, international property developer, Thunderbird Resorts, will excite golf enthusiasts with the opening of its world-class golf course in Poro Point, La Union Philippines.

Barnbougle Dunes, Tasmania Barnbougle Dunes
26 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
Every so often a new golf course is constructed in a rather remote, unforeseen location, and on the merits of its unusual place and the finer points of its design, achieves an almost cult-like status among the golf intelligentsia.

Warick Farm Warwick Farm Racecourse Closed
26 Dec 2007 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Warwick Farm will be closed as a racing venue for the next six months. The Australian Jockey Club is expected to make an application to Racing NSW to transfer the remaining 11 race meetings scheduled for Warwick Farm this season to other tracks.

Malaysia Malaysia Awarded The Golf Destination Of The Year 2008
25 Dec 2007 - Golf - Press Release
The International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) has honoured Malaysia with the prestigious '2008 Asia and Australasia Golf Destination of the Year' award. The award ceremony took place during the 2007 annual awards gala dinner held in Cancun, Mexico, on 6 December 2007.

Royal Melbourne Royal Melbourne's Costly Convoy
25 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
A CONVOY of tankers will cart water to Royal Melbourne to keep the world-famous golf course alive over summer.

kate-anaerobic-copy.jpg When did you last check your roots?
25 Dec 2007 - Consultancy - Dr Kate Entwistle
All too often when we see turfgrass diseases or damage, it is the symptoms on the sward that get our attention and we automatically assume that the sward is the part of the plant that is infected.

kensett roller.jpg Graden Greens Rollers
24 Dec 2007 - Industry News - Graden
I'm always on the look out for something new that can make a difference in turf care." Explained Keith Kensett who continued, "Australia and New Zealand have proved to be very fertile what with Graden and Gwazae; and now I've got my hands on the Graden Greens Rollers."

GCSAA GCSAA Profiling Golf Courses
23 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
What does a typical 18-hole golf course look like? Until recently, it was anyone’s best guess. But thanks to a survey conducted by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA),

Ransoms Ransomes Jacobsen extend agreement with Polaris World
22 Dec 2007 - Industry News - Press Release
Ransomes Jacobsen Ltd, the Ipswich-based turf maintenance equipment manufacturer, has agreed an additional five year extension to an exclusive supplier agreement with Polaris World, the developers of prestigious residential properties and golf courses in the Murcia region of Spain.

Brookwater Golf Club Brookwater Queensland's Best Golf Course
21 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
It's the kind of course that has weekend hackers shaking in their spikes but Brookwater Golf Club continues to earn critical acclaim among golfing experts.

Advanced Polymer Technology Australasia Melbourne Turf for Beijing Olympics
20 Dec 2007 - Synthetics - Editor
Melbourne-based Sports Technology International recently installed synthetic turf at the official hockey site for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

Terrey Hills Country Club Terrey Hills Club Back on Course
19 Dec 2007 - Golf - Editor
Terrey Hills Country Club and Golf Course is out of the bunker after its main shareholder cleared its debts. Japanese group Lansura, which owns 40 per cent of the club, was facing a legal battle over a $24.5 million loan the company made to the golf course 20 years ago.

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