green keeper

green keeper

n
1. (Golf) a person in charge of a golf course or bowling green
Translations

green keeper

n (Sport) → Platzwart(in) m(f)
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In the other semi-final favourite Becky Brewerton was facing 20-year-old green keeper Katie Wa
During his studies he spent a year in the United States, working for six months in golf services at The Homestead in Virginia and for six months at Pinehurst in North Carolina, venue for the US Open in 1999 and 2005, as a green keeper.
With Moor Green keeper Andy Debont unfit, coach Tony Workman, who normally plays for the veteran side, played the whole match in goal and did an excellent job in a Moors side that used 20 players during the game.
Trainee green keeper Garry failed to show up for tea at home in Strathpeffer, Easter Ross on Tuesday.
IN THE THICK OF IT: Nuneaton striker Kevin Wilkin makes life difficult for Moor Green keeper Adam Rachel.
A GOLF club green keeper was jailed for dangerous driving yesterday after using a North Wales village as a personal race track.
Head green keeper Philip Haigh has already tried to repair damage to the areas near the 13th and 14th holes but he is worried things could get worse.
Controversial Scots' green keeper Alistair Connell has knocked back one of the biggest jobs in golf - in order to clear his name.
A full- time green keeper to look after the 18- hole links that stretch for 6,300 yards.
THE new head green keeper at a Coventry may have a wealth of experience in preparing top-flight venues but he has to admit he is actually not very good at the game
Jailing MacMillan, a powerfully built golf club green keeper, Temporary Judge Robin McEwan, Q.
Then,as head green keeper Derek Postlewaite recalls, the crowds total led no more than 3,000.