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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Even the greenskeeper has a soft spot for the Sadie Burger.
And he has been as far as Abu Dhabi but still jumps on to practise at the Glencruitten course the family home backs on to, where his dad happens to be head greenskeeper - just as he did as a boy.
But one of the coolest technologies showcased at Allianz Arena makes use of MindSphere (Siemens' open IoT operating system) and software developed by Siemens subsidiary evosoft to help the greenskeeper take better care of the soccer field.
And to meet with the head greenskeeper and officials at Royal Melbourne to get some insights on how he might, as captain of the host team, be able to help set up the course to suit his players.
Keith Smith is greenskeeper at Edgbaston Golf Club but his own front garden looks better than any putting green.
It's no surprise as Keith Smith is greenskeeper at Edgbaston Golf Club - but his own front garden is a true work of art.
Bridge of Allan Ladies Senior Open Greensomes (August 15), sponsored by Athena Fireplaces, saw an enjoyable day had by all who competed.The greens and fairways were in excellent condition; a credit to greenskeeper Scott McFarlane.
"The greenskeeper knows what he is doing, but everything needs to go through his bosses, which means things don't always get done.
He was the son of a greenskeeper and later club pro at the Latrobe Country Club.
"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.