from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is responsible for the maintenance of a golf course.
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- n. Alternative form of greenkeeper.
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- n. someone responsible for the maintenance of a golf course
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The son of a greenskeeper picked up the game as an 11-year-old, discovered an aptitude and developed a love.
It was where he was taught the game by his father, Deacon, the greenskeeper and pro.
He'll probably apologize to the greenskeeper for any divots a Republican put in the fairway in the last four years ..... "oh, I didn't put those divots there ... those were there before I teed off" Obama is a JOKE!!!!
"It is still the ultimate strategic test because nothing is dictated to the player by the architect or the greenskeeper," said Clayton.
He was raised in the Shenandoah Valley and has worked as a cook, farmer, silversmith, tutor, greenskeeper, warehouseman, and web designer.
A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters champion ...
He also became such a skilled and meticulous greenskeeper that members of the Metairie Country Club sent him north to apprentice in golf-course design under Seth Raynor, the famed architect of such courses as Fishers Island and Mid-Ocean in Bermuda and the routing at Cypress Point.
July 9, 2009 10:54 PM assistant greenskeeper said...
Bill Murray never worked as a greenskeeper, but he did have an interesting job selling chestnuts outside of a grocery store.
Reuters A greenskeeper spreads hay on a path for spectators as the course is prepared for the rain-delayed third round June 21.
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