Magazine - Articles in September 2010 (Page 5)
13 Sep 2010 - Consultancy - Editor
FrankNewberry.jpgIn a previous article ('Don't Ask Me - I Can't Change Now'), I touched on how older staff can get actively involved in passing on a great legacy of turfcare professionalism to the younger generation.
12 Sep 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
Good rain this year in South Australia has meant positive news for a footy club. Last year, the Orroroo Football Club missed out on hosting the grand final because the oval was too dry.
12 Sep 2010 - Bowls - Editor
The Rawhiti Bowling Club in Remuera is applying to have the property rezoned with the intention of selling.
2010 STA NSW Cricket Wicket Seminar Wrap Up
12 Sep 2010 - Shows and seminars - Rob Jenkins - 2 comments
The Sports Turf Association of New South Wales hosted a two day seminar at Blacktown Olympic Park. Both days were extremely successful with a swag full of delegates and trade attending the action packed Seminar. The Seminar featured well known turf personality and wicket technician Les Burdett.
12 Sep 2010 - On The Light Hearted Side - Editor - 1 comment
If you're starting out in golf it's important to get your drive right. It's even more important to remember to get out of your car before you end up in the bunker.
12 Sep 2010 - Golf - Brett Brooks
Troon Golf, the leader in upscale golf course management, development and marketing is proud to announce the launch of Troon Golf & Travel, an online magazine combining vivid imagery and insightful reporting with cutting-edge digital technology.
Aorangi Oval has a New Groundsman
11 Sep 2010 - Cricket - Editor
The Aorangi Oval has a new groundsman for the 2010-2011 cricket season, but his focus won't just be on South Canterbury's premiere pitch.
11 Sep 2010 - General Sports - Editor
edevelopment of the Perth Oval to a 25,000 seat stadium is a step closer after the Town of Vincent accepted a 50-year lease deal from the State Government.
10 Sep 2010 - Rugby - Editor
A year before the world's third biggest sports tournament and the $240 million revamp of New Zealand rugby's most-hallowed ground is nearing its October completion date.
10 Sep 2010 - Rugby - Editor
Christchurch's Lancaster Park, one of the venues for next year's rugby World Cup, has been closed to check for damage from Saturday's earthquake, New Zealand media reported.
A Passion for Polo in the Sand
10 Sep 2010 - General Sports - Jane Carley
A few minutes drive from the commercial bustle of Dubai's city centre, with the dramatic 828m tall Burj Khalifa tower at its heart, the Polo Club Dubai offers a glimpse into a different world. Finely honed, fit equines pound emerald green turf in front of a spectacular colonial style clubhouse, surrounded by lush gardens and an upmarket riding club
10 Sep 2010 - Offers - Sally Green
Heavy duty 60 hp DITCH WITCH RT55 designed for the toughest and tightest landscapes. Works efficiently and inconspicuously, trenching and ploughing in open space environments to the most sensitive of areas.
9 Sep 2010 - General News - Editor
Driving to WIN Stadium for big-ticket events could become a thing of the past under traffic measures proposed as part of the $28.9 million western grandstand redevelopment.
9 Sep 2010 - Golf - Editor
Cessnock’s local golf course will be renamed Stonebridge Golf Club as part of the redevelopment of the course into a lifestyle residential golfing community.
STA Cricket Wicket Seminar Pics on Facebook
9 Sep 2010 - Shows and seminars - Rob Jenkins
Check out all the action from the STA Cricket Wicket Seminar at Blacktown Olympic Park. Pictures from both days now up on the Pitchcare Oceania Facebook page.
9 Sep 2010 - Rugby - Editor
Lakes Leisure groundsman Phil McGrory (left) is one of several turf gurus getting Queenstown Events Centre’s No. 1 ground into shape for the Rugby World Cup.
8 Sep 2010 - Rugby - Editor
A year out from hosting the 2011 Rugby World Cup the organisers maintain the foundations of the promised "Stadium of Four Million" are well in place despite the problems they still face.
8 Sep 2010 - General News - Editor
Post election negotiations have kept our eyes on Canberra and the to-and-fro between political parties and the Independents
8 Sep 2010 - General News - John Robertson
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