greenskeeper


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greens·keep·er

 (grēnz′kē′pər)
n.
One who is responsible for the maintenance of a golf course.

greenskeeper

(ˈɡriːnzˌkiːpə)
n
(Golf) US a person who maintains a golf course
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Noun1.greenskeeper - someone responsible for the maintenance of a golf course
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
custodian, keeper, steward - one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
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He settled first in Milwaukee, and the same year found a job as a greenskeeper on a golf course at Glencoe, where he met a friend with whom he had served in the Italian army in World War I.
He was the son of a greenskeeper and later club pro at the Latrobe Country Club.
The celebrities were all found to have lawns so lush and pristine, the greenskeeper at Augusta would be proud of them.
I was amazed by how many young people there actually are with an interest in stationary engines," says 37-year-old Damian Roberts, who works as a greenskeeper at a local golf course.
A GREENSKEEPER at a popular golf course in Bangor has stepped down after 38 years.
The tournament was established last year in part to showcase the dramatic improvements of the Laurelwood course under the management of head professional Debby King and greenskeeper Will Benson.
Grant worked as a greenskeeper with the Saugeen Golf Club for 27 years and with the town of Port Elgin, Ont.
Beautiful design and environmental responsibility are equally important when creating a product, and we shouldn't have to trade functionality for sustainability," says Adam Lowry, Method's cofounder and chief greenskeeper.
The greenskeeper at Balbriggan Golf Club could only watch as his wife was pronounced dead and his daughter taken to Temple Street Children's Hospital.
The Pullman neighborhood of Chicago not only has a rich industrial heritage that serves as a fitting backdrop to an inspiring new model for urban renewal and sustainable manufacturing, there is a strong spirit and work ethic among this community," stated Adam Lowry, co-founder and chief greenskeeper of Method.
And unlike a certain greenskeeper in the movie, he doesn't blow up any golf courses or use any chemicals in the process of ridding clubs and homeowners of burrowing critters.