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Rotorua Bowling Club greenkeeper Tony Gray is tired of people vandalising the club's greens. Photo / Ben Fraser Rotorua Bowling Greens Vandalised
17 Jun 2011 - Bowls - Editor
Rotorua Bowling Club members are sick of mindless vandals wrecking their greens. The club is offering a reward to find the person who vandalised their newly refurbished bowling greens last week.

iseekgolf.com iseekgolf.com Set to be Reinvigorated
17 Jun 2011 - Golf - Editor
Golf Marketing Group — the newly-formed golf business headed by Sam Arthur (Inside Golf, PGA Magazine, www.golfandstay.com.au) and Mike Orloff (Golf Industry Central, US/Australian PGA Member) – is pleased to announce some exciting developments to iseekgolf.com, the industry-leading golf news website.

Evergreen Pictures from 27th Australian Turfgrass Conference in Adelaide.
16 Jun 2011 - Shows and seminars - Rob Jenkins
Pictures from 27th Australian Turfgrass Conference and Trade Exhibition at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Save on Summer Mowing by Implementing a Warm Season Release Program in Winter
16 Jun 2011 - Industry News - Nick Bloor
Becoming vigilant about weeds towards the end of the winter months can save significant time and financial expenditure when the temperature rises, a Gold Coast horticulturalist says.

Warren Golf & Country Club’s Course Superintendent, Michael Cabel (second from left) and his team with Ismail Dawood (centre) of Tractors Singapore Ltd at the recent handover of the new Eclipse 322s High Technology Greens Mowers at Warren Golf & Country Club in Singapore
16 Jun 2011 - Golf - Peter Driver
Warren Golf & Country Club, situated off Choa Chu Kang Way close by the Kranji Reservoir in Singapore has upgrade its 10-year old Jacobsen G-Plex III triplex greens mowers and migrated to the new generation of hybrid greens mowers from Jacobsen, the Eclipse 322.

TURF 2011 – Last Chance to Register!
16 Jun 2011 - Shows and seminars - Editor
Secure your place at this timely, relevant and informative Turf Conference and Trade Show 2011.

Gawler Racecourse Gawler Racecourse Costs may Reach $500,000.
16 Jun 2011 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Gawler Council could be hit with a $500,000 bill as a result of its failed legal action against the rezoning of the Gawler Racecourse.

GABBA No Room for Chappell-Hadlee Series
16 Jun 2011 - Cricket - Editor
The dates have been confirmed for New Zealand's short test tour of Australia in December.

Bellerive Oval in beautiful Hobart Bellerive Surface Concern
15 Jun 2011 - A.F.L - Editor
The AFL and Cricket Tasmania must ensure Bellerive Oval's centre square is suitable for top-flight football next season, Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett said yesterday.

Links Hope Island G.C appoints Mark Holland as General Manager
15 Jun 2011 - Golf - Press Release
Links Hope Island Golf Club welcomes Mark Holland as its new General Manager succeeding the long serving Alan Meacock.

Jonathan Gaunt Viewpoint of the UK Golf Industry with Jonathan Gaunt
15 Jun 2011 - Golf - Jonathan Gaunt
Golf Course Architect, Jonathan Gaunt, suggests that, whilst all appears to be doom and gloom in the UK golf sector, the Olympics may be a glimmer of hope for a beleaguered industry

Ipswich Turf Club The Ipswich Cup to Stay Despite Redevelopment
15 Jun 2011 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
The running of the Ipswich Cup will continue next year despite redevelopment plans for the Bundamba racecourse.

Rugby Park groundsman Russell Thomas with helpers Troy Tatana and Vince Conaghan remove the crossbar from the goal posts at Rugby Park, in Invercargill. Winds Down Rugby Posts at Rugby Park
15 Jun 2011 - Rugby - Editor
Goal posts at Rugby Park, in Invercargill, are believed to have been felled in strong westerly winds that hit the south on Sunday.

Sportsturf Linemarking with Globe
14 Jun 2011 - Industry News - Press Release
Check out the new Sportsturf Linemarking page on the Globe website.

Turf Times Episode 3 - The Boss Turf Times Episode 3 - The Boss
14 Jun 2011 - On The Light Hearted Side - Sarah Gibson - 1 comment
Episode 3 has nothing at all to do with turf but it's still worth a look! Turf Times Episode 3 - The Boss. Managing Director Rob Jenkins finally makes it into the PC Office to talk business with the head PC accountant Jim. Take a inside look at the PC Towers in Melbourne.

CIVENEX Civenex 2011 Wrap Up
14 Jun 2011 - Shows and seminars - Rob Jenkins
Sydney Dragway in Eastern Creek again played host to this year’s 56th annual engineer’s field day/expo. Civenex is billed as Australia’s Infrastructure Expo and takes place over two days. The expo doesn’t disappoint it is quite literally huge! Check out the action from both days inside:

Top Dressing Your Lawn
14 Jun 2011 - Consultancy - Editor
Top Dressing is sometimes required to fix unevenness or irregularities in your lawn. In this Sir Walter video Nigel Ruck explains how you can use river sand or specialist top soil to top dress your lawn.

Anvaya Cove Golf and Sports Club Golfplan Nears Halfway Point at Anvaya Cove
14 Jun 2011 - Golf - Press Release
The Philippines -- Where an old-growth rain forest meets the south Pacific, and sea turtles still come ashore to nest, this is where the course architects at Golfplan are applying the finishing touches to the first nine at Anvaya Cove Golf and Sports Club.

2011 Series II 1600 Turbo WAM B Wide Area Mower Improved for 2011
14 Jun 2011 - Industry News - Steve Mitchell
John Deere's new version of the Series II 1600 Turbo WAM out-front rotary mower features as standard a Stage IIIB (Interim Tier 4) engine to meet the latest emission standards, a fully adjustable high-backed air suspension seat to improve operator comfort, and run-flat tyres on the castor-action gauge wheels to reduce downtime and increase productivity.

Ben Chapman presented with the Rain Bird Top Flight Award. From left to right: Wayne Brown (National Sales Manager, Rain Bird Australia), Ben Chapman (Queensland Irrigation Designer, WET), Neil Surman (Operations Manager, WET), Mark Gwynne (General Manage Underground & Under Water – Rain Bird IC System Survives Aussie Floods
13 Jun 2011 - Industry News - Press Release
The substantial flooding which overwhelmed much of Queensland in January this year certainly put the Rain Bird Integrated Control System to the test.

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