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someone responsible for the maintenance of a golf course

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Head greenkeeper Keith McCartney said yesterday the latest break-in is the second time the club has been targeted in six months.
Esto hace que la evolucion de este deporte asi como de otras figuras, como la del greenkeeper, vayan a la par.
South Moor Golf Club head greenkeeper Alan Ainscough at work on the course Ian Horrocks
CCTV footage allegedly shows the greenkeeper chasing Mr McMenamin around the car park before striking him with at least two punches.
They worked with the country's finest specialists through a scheme run by the British and International Golf and Greenkeepers Association.
The youngest of the girls, 22-year-old Natasha Repinskaja, has been here five years and, like Anetti, has a greenkeeper partner.
A Birmingham greenkeeper with an "obsessional" hatred of the police was caught with a stun gun and a pepper spray, the city's crown court was told yesterday.
Southerndown can be a treacherous course to play when it's blowing a gale and teeming with rain," said Matthews, a former greenkeeper at the course.
Undeterred, the greenkeeper cleared water from the third green and checked the safety of the course, which resulted in a decision to resume play after an hour's delay.
And in a happy twist of fate, one of the club's staff who is mentoring the duo is assistant greenkeeper Michael Armstrong, who received similar help from the council to start as a trainee greenkeeper at the club several years ago.
YEARS ago as a greenkeeper I met numerous celebrities and stars, most memorably Eric Sykes, Jimmy Edwards and my childhood hero Jackie Milburn.
A GREENKEEPER has secured a top job on the other side of the world.
Among them is assistant chief engineer Darwyn Wang who is hoping to win the title of Manager of Tomorrow for The Belfry, after the resort's former head greenkeeper Neil Smith was highly commended in the category in 2011.
Graham Royden, head greenkeeper at Royal St George's in Kent, where the famous golf competition is held, says that gardeners can work towards making their grass look as good as his.
He added: "My goal is to be a head greenkeeper, so the knowledge and experience I've built up from the course at Greenmount, together with all my practical experience, will help me achieve this.