Learn about grass varieties, seed mixtures, overseeding and recommended maintenance with our expert guides for golf courses.
Posted on Monday 6 Jan 2020Cold-seeding is the practice of applying new seed to an established sward in the late autumn or early spring when soil temperatures are below those required for immediate germination.Read More
Posted on Monday 25 Jun 2018Golf Tees: Tees should always be designed so they can be maintained easily with reasonably sized equipment. Keeping a tee in good condition requires constant remedial work which can result in excessive wear. Therefore, the larger the tee, the less the effect of wear will be.Read More
Posted on Monday 25 Jun 2018The sheer volume of foot traffic causes many problems with maintenance, particularly on older golf courses which were never built to withstand such continuous heavy use. High-quality routine maintenance and renovation must be carried out by experienced greenkeeping staff if a course is to be kept in prime condition.Read More