Golf Course Greenkeeping Series

By: BIGGA | Thu 15 Jun 2017 | Comments ()


In this series of videos Golfshake's Owen Davies catches up with Stuart Green of BIGGA (British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association) to talk through key aspects of golf courses relevant to golfers.  Including;

  • How to correctly repair pitch marks
  • How to correctly rake bunkers
  • Why do greens get aerated
  • Why do green keepers top dress
  • Why green speed is not important
  • Golf course etiquette
  • Estate management: not just a greenkeeper

The videos were filmed in association with Golfshake and BIGGA (The British and International Golf Greenkeeping Association) at the Belfry in March 2017. 

BIGGA represents the Nation's greenkeepers and works hard through education and training to raise standards in golf course management throughout the greenkeeping profession. To find out more about the work BIGGA do visit: www.bigga.org.uk


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British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association

BIGGA is dedicated to the continuing professional development of its 5,700 members, BIGGA works hard through education and training to raise standards in golf course management throughout the greenkeeping profession.

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