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  • n. The maintenance of a golf course.

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Examples

  • Darren would have played 54 holes while he did the greenkeeping.

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  • The course, open only from mid-October to mid-May, has about a dozen interns looking after the grounds this year, all from college greenkeeping programs.

    Taking the Green Course

  • Her last major performance was at the Kraft Nabisco in Palm Springs last month where, as ever, she had breakfast every morning not in her luxury hotel or players 'lounge but with the greenkeeping and catering staff.

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  • Tom English why he was persuaded to quit Carnoustie greenkeeping job after being blown away by the possibilities at Balmedie

    The Seattle Times

  • The match was played in excellent spirit and enjoyed by the big crowd and the club would like to thank North Ayrshire Leisure, in particular John McMaster and his greenkeeping staff of Jake, Danny and Robert for the superb condition of the course, and also Seniors Captain Bobby McQueenie who was starter for the week of the competition, as well as match official,

    icAyrshire

  • Within the 200-hectare estate, the college teaches specialist programmes including: agriculture and countryside; engineering (including marine engineering); veterinary nursing and animal care; horticulture; floristry and greenkeeping.

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  • Although the scheduled start was pushed back three hours to give the greenkeeping staff more time to prepare the course, officials decided no play was possible on the waterlogged layout.

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  • Yet O'Donoghue and his colleagues on Mark Wilson's greenkeeping staff braved flying debris to try and repair damage to the golf course, especially one spot at the back of the 12th green, where a fallen TV gantry gouged lumps out of the putting surface.

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