Magazine - Articles in February 2012 (Page 6)
6 Feb 2012 - General News - Editor
Ararat Rural City Council is continuing to support the development of Alexandra Oval as a sporting hub for Ararat despite missing out on round one Regional Development Australia Fund's $4.9 million last year.
6 Feb 2012 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
The horse racing industry's financial future in Ipswich was secured yesterday with a $6 million dollar upgrade set to be complete by year's end.
5 Feb 2012 - Cricket - Editor
Pitches play a key role in deciding the fates of the Test matches. The teams from subcontinent struggle on their tours abroad as it is happening with India in Australia. Teams from Europe face the same problem when they tour Asia.
5 Feb 2012 - Football - Editor
Outspoken Perth Glory owner Tony Sage has reignited the prospect of moving the team from nib Stadium, this time over concerns the venue's redevelopment will cut attendances next season.
5 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
A typical day in the life of Turfcare staff at the Glencoe Golf & Country Club. This movie is well worth the watch!
5 Feb 2012 - Golf - Tim Lobb
Next time you are standing on the tee of the 18th hole at your golf course, try and imagine this situation. You are leading Tiger Woods by a single stroke in the Masters, and have the honour on the final tee in the last round. You sense the expectation in the gallery closed tightly around the tee, you can feel Tiger’s glare burning into your skull as he surveys you going through your pre-shot routine.
5 Feb 2012 - Industry News - Peter Driver
Across golf, sustainability is quickly gaining momentum, boosted by growing industry support and commitment. Jacobsen, a Textron Inc company and one of the major players in the turf maintenance equipment sector, will help accelerate this trend through a new global partnership agreement with the Golf Environment Organization.
5 Feb 2012 - Cricket - Editor
Adelaide is favourite to ambush Sydney and Melbourne as 2015 World Cup final host.
4 Feb 2012 - Cricket - Editor
The MCG curators have turned on the style for the second T20 international between Australia and India - cutting an amazing map of the country into the hallowed turf.
4 Feb 2012 - Industry News - John Cann
Abel Sports have recently installed a set of Rugby League Goals at Cross Keys Reserve in Moonee Valley for the Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club.
4 Feb 2012 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
February 2012 has proven to be a month to savour for Landmark Kingston, with a national safety award helping staff to welcome in the New Year.
3 Feb 2012 - Golf - Press Release
After years of management with the herbicide glyphosate, resistant biotypes of this weed have developed, which will make keeping a clean fairway more challenging.
3 Feb 2012 - Industry News - Honda Australia
Honda is delivering savings of $100 on its market-leading 4-Stroke Hedgecutter and $60 on its 4-Stroke Blower with the ‘autumn savers’ campaign. This offer is available on all new purchases of Honda’s powerful and quiet Blower and Hedgecutter between 1 February and 30 April 2012, or while stocks last.
2 Feb 2012 - Cricket - Editor
Cricketers will soon be replicating the footsteps of Cathy Freeman when they use a tunnel to enter Sydney's ANZ Stadium.
2 Feb 2012 - Golf - Peter Thomson
Golf is the game that has evolved over humps, hollows, sand craters, ridges, dykes and clumps of heather and gorse. These features all come under the category of "HAZARDS", making up a game which is a trial of luck, temperament and ingenuity. How dull it would be to have no obstacles to dodge, or to have no need of "escape" shots in one's repertoire!
2 Feb 2012 - Tennis - Editor
Management from the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust has been discussing plans to move tennis-playing members to neighbouring courts for up to 12 months.
2 Feb 2012 - Consultancy - Bruce Stephens
Bruce Stephens from ANCO Turf takes a look at the correct way to lay Turf.
2 Feb 2012 - Editorial - Micah Woods
I visited Tennessee this month, speaking at the packed Tennessee Turfgrass Association conference, meeting with faculty in the Plant Sciences Department at the University of Tennessee (of which I am an adjunct faculty member), learning about some of the turfgrass research projects now underway at the University.
Earthworms: Friend or Foe?
1 Feb 2012 - Consultancy - Mark Bartlett
Horticulturalists the world over have been encouraging earthworms in the soil for years, but the turfgrass industry has always seen them as a pest.
1 Feb 2012 - Stadia - Editor
In the coming days the man who led the Western Australian Cricket Association in clawing back a $13 million debt will pass on the baton, and with it the responsibility of a multi-million dollar grounds redevelopment and a newly-rebranded Perth team.