Wednesday 27th March 2013

That’s us finished with Turf-grass now and next time we will move back onto completing our 10 Minute MBA’s.

Today we looked at the predominant landscape types where golf courses were generally built in Scotland. These were Links, Parkland and Heathland/Moorland. Although these are the main types, there are also a lot of golf courses in Scotland on farmland and recovered industrial landscapes.

China will have it’s own typical sites and at Nansha of course we have the two contrasting golf courses; the Mountain Course and the Valley Course.

In the afternoon we took a final look at some of the practices that greenkeepers get up to in order to maintain the turf in good condition.

PPTs as always available on the classroom laptop.

Have a relaxing day off on Thursday.



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