- Course Feature - Bay Watch
- In The Firing Line
- The Long Road to Success...
- Appliance of Science Pinpoints Upton By Chester GC Drainage Needs
- Autumn Equipment
- National Championship
- Hell is a wet place - By Steve Isaac, STRI
- Where Has All The Rain Gone?
Scott MacCallum met up with Neil Ballingall, Course Superintendent at the magnificent new St Andrews Bay development. Read more
'In the firing line' first appeared in the October issue of 'Golf Club Management' magazine. Neil Thomas reports... Read more
Scott MacCallum meets the 2002 Toro Student Greenkeeper of the Year, Murray Long Read more
Mike Saull looks at a new drainage scheme which was inspired by the January issue of this magazine. Upton by Chester Golf Club in Cheshire is a tight 5850-yard, Par 69 course, on just 68 acres of heavy soil. Read more
Roland Taylor looks at the perennial problem brought about by the autumn. Read more
So Simple for Mr Semple. Ian Semple came close to winning the BIGGA National Championship last year. This year he made sure. Read more
Summer 2002 has been a nightmare for many Greenkeepers and golfers in certain parts of the country. The extremes of rain over such a prolonged period have severely disrupted course maintenance, often making it impossible. Read more
As I see it...Richard Barker - National Chairman Read more